Bonnie, Graham Cassano, Photography ’23


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    cyanotype on wood

    This series of wood prints imagines Bonnie without Clyde. The feeling evoked is feminist noir, as if Laura Mulvey and Susan Sontag met at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, MA, for an imagined conversation with Arthur Penn.

    Item is located in Pontiac, MI. Local pickup available. Domestic shipping is available for an additional fee. Contact for a custom shipping quote. Delivery within the state of Michigan for an additional fee of $500.

    Graham Cassano is a photographer, printer, poet, and scholar. He works with historical methods, like cyanotype, to create alternative structures of feeling and imaginatively contested praxis fields. He has developed a system of artistic ethics that rejects contemporary digital forms, concentrating, instead, upon analog experiences that defy electronic reproduction. Most of his images, prints, and artifacts are based on narrative, dreamwork, and imperfect memories of cinematic montage.