Pulp Ponds

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Artist: Mark Abrahamson

Medium: Cibachrome

Dimensions: 23.5″ × 15.75″

Location: 2 floor, #54 on the map

Strawberry Field #5

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Artist: Mark Abrahamson

Medium: Cibachrome

Dimensions: 23.5″ × 15.75″

Location: 2 floor, #53 on the map

Cul De Sac

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Artist: Mark Abrahamson

Medium: Cibachrome

Dimensions: 23.5″ × 15.75″

Location: 2 floor, #52 on the map

Linonophobia

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Initially I approached the subject of phobias wanting to make images that were haunting and at the same time investigate the psychological aspects of fear. What I discovered through the process of researching and making pictures is there exists well documented cases of many different and quite specific types of fears ranging from allumiphobia, fear of garlic, to zephyraphobia, fear of bridges.

Artist: Susan Seubert

Medium: Print (Platinum Print)

Dimensions: 14″ × 11″

Location: 2 floor, #51 on the map

Pediophobia

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Initially I approached the subject of phobias wanting to make images that were haunting and at the same time investigate the psychological aspects of fear. What I discovered through the process of researching and making pictures is there exists well documented cases of many different and quite specific types of fears ranging from allumiphobia, fear of garlic, to zephyraphobia, fear of bridges. I was intrigued by the nature of these fears, how something like Homophobia can be so widespread and accepted but Limonophobia, fear of string, could be seen

Artist: Susan Seubert

Medium: Print (Platinum Print)

Dimensions: 14″ × 11″

Location: 2 floor, #50 on the map

Chronophobia

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Initially I approached the subject of phobias wanting to make images that were haunting and at the same time investigate the psychological aspects of fear. What I discovered through the process of researching and making pictures is there exists well documented cases of many different and quite specific types of fears ranging from allumiphobia, fear of garlic, to zephyraphobia, fear of bridges. I was intrigued by the nature of these fears, how something like Homophobia can be so widespread and accepted but Limonophobia, fear of string, could be seen

Artist: Susan Seubert

Medium: Print (Platinum Print)

Dimensions: 14″ × 11″

Location: 2 floor, #49 on the map

Hagiophobia

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Initially I approached the subject of phobias wanting to make images that were haunting and at the same time investigate the psychological aspects of fear. What I discovered through the process of researching and making pictures is there exists well documented cases of many different and quite specific types of fears ranging from allumiphobia, fear of garlic, to zephyraphobia, fear of bridges. I was intrigued by the nature of these fears, how something like Homophobia can be so widespread and accepted but Limonophobia, fear of string, could be seen

Artist: Susan Seubert

Medium: Print (Platinum Print)

Dimensions: 14″ × 11″

Location: 2 floor, #48 on the map

Contraction Fracture

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Artist: Terry Toedtemeier

Medium: Print (Silver Print)

Dimensions: 17″ × 26.6″

Location: 2 floor, #47 on the map

Pothole Erosion

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Artist: Terry Toedtemeier

Medium: Print (Silver Print)

Dimensions: 26.26″ × 16″

Location: 2 floor, #46 on the map

Basalt Clastics

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Artist: Terry Toedtemeier

Medium: Print (Silver Print)

Dimensions: 24.75″ × 18.75″

Location: 2 floor, #45 on the map

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