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BIFB13: Jackie Ranken's Kitchen Stories « Previous | |Next »
August 22, 2013

Jackie Ranken exhibited an intriguing and whimsical body of work at the BIFB13 entitled Kitchen Stories and other realities.

RankenJStanding Forks.jpg Jackie Ranken, Standing Forks, from Kitchen Stories

Rankin selects an environment, throws kitchen utensils in the air, photogpraphs them, then writes a little story about the event. The environment is a backdrop or stage for the flying kitchen objects These anecdotes in the author’s own hand surround the image to recount Ranken’s connection with the object and the circumstances of the photo-making encounter.

RankenJrice cookers.jpg Jackie Ranken, Moeraki Rice Cookers, from Kitchen Stories

All the images in the series are in black and white and are sepia toned on a texture paper.

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