Albury photographs under the Lofoten Islands' midnight summer sun to create ghostly cyanotypes of a broken chandelier found at a Norwegian junk store, creating works that speak of the passing of time both physically and metaphorically.
Paired with these unique works are sculptures from her Burned Out series. Inspired by incinerated 16mm film and using the raku firing technique, Albury's otherworldly sculptures are reminiscent of remnants of fossil bones found in an archeology site.
Vanessa Albury (b. 1978, Nashville, TN) lives in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA in Studio Art from New York University's Steinhardt School. Albury's work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally; Window Box Gallery, Norway; Monty ABN, Belgium; as well as in the U.S.; SPRING/BREAK Art Show curated by the Sphinx, New York; Fort Worth Contemporary Arts (FWCA), Texas and others.