Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Elizabeth Siegfried

Grandmother Grid from Termina

Grandmother Grid from Termina

Elizabeth Siegfried. Grandmother Grid from Termina, 2005–2008.

Description:
Grandmother Grid is the second of four grids in Termina, a photographic installation that tells the story of a diminishing family tree and contemplates the ending of one branch of that family’s lineage.

Medium:
Photography

Tags:
photograph, black and white, grid, film, vintage, bathing suit, parasol, hats, doll, wedding, friends, family, women, woman, swimming, smiling, playing, sitting, rural, beach, country, matriarchal, history, clothing, emotions, fashion, geneology, humor, image/text, aging, life cycles, portrait

Images
Great-Grandmother Grid from TerminaGrandmother Grid from TerminaMother Grid from TerminaSelf GridDetail from Great-Grandmother GridDetail from Mother GridSelf -Portrait from Self Grid

Location
Toronto, Ontario
Canada

Contact
elizsieg@elizabethsiegfried.com

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