Montserrat Galleries is very excited to announce our upcoming exhibition at Frame 301!
Clint Baclawski’s installation, Pink Church, documents his latest body of work, in which he deconstructs his sculptural light box series. Baclawski’s process is that he wraps photographs that are printed on backlight film, typically seen in light boxes, onto fluorescent light tubes. When the piece is illuminated, a sliver of the overall image will appear on each of the lights, creating a photographic light mural spanning the length of Frame 301.
Baclawski (b. 1981) grew up in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, and lives and works in Malden, MA. His work combines a technical photographic practice and the playful relationship one can have with the work as an object, the space, and the viewer. His work has been exhibited locally at the Photographic Resource Center, Boston Center for the Arts, Axiom Gallery, and the Alpha Gallery, as well as nationally at the Chelsea Art Museum, New York NY, Snowflake Gallery, St. Louis, MO, San Diego Art Institute, and the Center for Photography at Woodstock. He was most notably published in The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2 by the Humble Arts Foundation.
He received his MFA from MassArt in 2008 and his BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2003. Baclawski currently works at MassArt and is the Design Director at Big Red & Shiny.
The installation will be on view through February 23, definitely check it out!
For more information please visit: www.clintb.com