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Fog is a perceptual threshold between the expected and the unknown; it vanishes horizons, confounds orientation, and alters destinations. At this threshold, we are haunted -nature is neither what we remember nor what we wish it to be.

Frank James Meuschke's new, large-scale photographs tap the deep well of American landscape with painterly, apparition-like photographs. Photographing through various types of polyethylene sheeting, he dislocates sites of ecological or personal significance. The resulting blurred imagery dissolves the symbolic power of idealized nature into a disorienting landscape of strange beauty.

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