Still Point

Inger Whist


Whist’s images interpret what she defines as the “still point”—the moment where vision is transfixed in a still moment. Her photography uses a succession of images made into a panorama, to subvert the linear chronology according to which time is perceived. The panorama Wave was taken at the southern tip of Africa and is presented on a curved piece of translucent Plexiglas, which reconstructs the “still point” for the viewer.

Curated by Elaine Fleck.