Christine Marshall-Smith is drawn to artifacts as evidence of history and human experience. In her practice, photographs engage with both object and place, giving recognition to their existence. She seeks to create a photographic testament to the remains of both the past and present, while encompassing the miscellanies of a culture and the way of life of a society. Marshall-Smith works with both alternative and contemporary photographic processes, and explores which process is most sensitive to her interpretation of the image. Marshall-Smith holds a BFA from Ryerson University. She has worked in medical and editorial/advertising photography, both in Canada and the UK. In addition to publication in various medical journals, print media and fine art publications, her work resides in private collections.
May 8 – 19, 2019 @ Gallery 1313
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 9, 7 – 9 pm
Artists’ Talk: Saturday, May 11, 2 – 3 pm, led by Sylvia Galbraith