Mount Holyoke College: The Female Gaze: Fall 2014 - Life revealed through a lens

Photographer Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin has mastered the art of slowing down, pausing to appreciate moments in life. In her thirty-eight years behind the camera, she has relished finding beauty and inspiration in the mundane, choosing seemingly basic subjects—like clouds, rivers, and trees—to transport her to a surreal and magical state. Using infrared film, her photographs capture both the visible spectrum and the light that lies beyond what the human eye can comprehend, resulting in moody, mysterious images that challenge perception.

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