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Forrest Wasko


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2020

︎FORREST WASKO︎
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Forrest Wasko is an artist living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His work investigates multiple vernaculars present in photography; specifically within observational photography, snapshots, and found images. Wasko also works with a vast variety of formats and photographic processes to create photo-objects, series, and books.

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30% of proceeds will be donated to a fundraiser of Wasko’s choice!



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Scenes Sincere (Volume I) is a photographic survey of sincerity, empathy, familiarity, vernaculars, and anomalies. An honest view, quite literally, through the lens. Wasko captures the essence of a longing, through a once traveled lanscape or familiar face. Pages are arranged in a unique format that excite and keep the viewer guessing what comes next.

The book itself is a black-and-white zine that features a unique construction combining typical pages with smaller individual Polaroid pages engaging the viewer’s interaction with the photographs as objects.

Details:
Black-and-white with risograph cover
100 pages
8 inches by 10 inches
Edition of 100



Scenes Sincere (Mankato, MN)
2015
Archival pigment print
Each print size is an edition of 11




Scenes Sincere (I-45, TX)
2018
Archival pigment print
Each print size is an edition of 11



Scenes Sincere (Ames, IA)
2018
Archival pigment print
Each print size is an edition of 11











Exclusive print(s):


A Little While Longer is Wasko’s second self-published photobook. In the same vein as his previous series, Scenes Sincere (Vol. 1), this book features a romantic, empathetic view of what is considered familiar. This time with a high emphasis on coloration this photobook features dense full page spreads that immerse the viewer. By contrasting moments of the ordinary and extraordinary, his series flows like the tide, blending the two hierarchies seamlessly through a luscious palette.

Details
52 pages printed in color
5.25 inches x 8.25 inches
Edition of 50




A Little While Longer (Memphis, TN)
2019
Archival pigment print 
Each print size is an edition of 11





A Little While Longer (Niagara, NY)
2019
Archival pigment print
Each print size is an edition of 11


A Little While Longer (Sioux Falls, SD)
2019
Archival pigment print
Each print size is an edition of 11





Thursday Aug 6 2020