Photographic Images That Weave Moments in Time by Jason Chen

Detail of “K,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 22.75in x 28.75, all images via Paradigm Gallery + Studio, Philadelphia

Moving beyond traditionally static methods of portraiture, Jason Chen creates movement through the weaving of multiple images into one. Chen’s works use separate images of the same subject to explore mutation and time, offering a more fluid peek into his subject’s emotional state. When glanced at from afar the images appear quite singular, but when zoomed in the disparate details of the images stand out—multiple eyes occupying the same face like seen in Chen’s haunting G-iii.

This is a relatively new method for the Philadelphia-based photographer who had been previously focused on dry plate tintypes. Chen is the co-founder of Paradigm Gallery + Studio where he is currently included in the group exhibition “Portrait”  through June 18th. (via Hi Fructose)

“K,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 22.75in x 28.75

“Ian” (2016), archival pigment print, hand cut and woven, 24”h x 36”w

“Jessica” (2016), archival pigment print, hand cut and woven, 24”h x 36” w

Detail of “Jessica” (2016), archival pigment print, hand cut and woven, 24”h x 36” w

“C,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 9in x 11in

“G-iii,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 22.75in x 28.75

Detail of “G-iii,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 22.75in x 28.75

“G-ii,” hand-woven archival inkjet print, 20.5in x 20.5in

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