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Black-and-white photographic material is capable of a lot more range, nuance, and subjectivity than we usually see. I wanted to realize the vision for this work not only through the landscape but through the subjective material manipulation of the photographic print (DSI Digital Silver Fiber Prints®). In the work of photographers like Ansel Adams, W. Eugene Smith, and Roy DeCarava, the extensive manipulation of the print was as much part of realizing the narrative as the subject itself. I wanted to work in that extensive material way for this project. And I am working with a very narrow but rich range of tonality within the spectrum of black-and-white material. –
From an interview in C& Magazine about his exhibition “Night Coming Tenderley, Black” at The Art Institute of Chicago printed by Digital Silver ImagingDawoud Bey -