Lenore Goodson

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Fine art/ constructed image photographer

60 from Rochester

Artist Statement

Roland Barthes described a photograph as ‘A new form of hallucination.’ Lenore Goodson uses the photographic medium as a means to explore and question the way in which the viewer interprets visual information that they are presented with. “I am intrigued by the variety of interpretations that may be derived from the viewing of a single image and the subject that it denotes.” Her imagery of the ephemeral lacks visual narrative; which in turn compels the viewer to locate their own, to inform their decision making regarding what they are ‘seeing.’ It is because of this that individual images remain untitled.