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Angela Strassheim: Untitled (Butterfly), 2005. 50 x 60 inches. Archival pigment print mounted to aluminum composite board. Courtesy of the artist and Andrea Meislin Gallery. “Project Atrium: Angela Strassheim” installation images at MOCA Jacksonville at the members’ preview on Nov. 21. Photos by Thomas Hager for MOCA Jacksonville.

Angela Strassheim: Untitled (Butterfly), 2005. 50 x 60 inches. Archival pigment print mounted to aluminum composite board. Courtesy of the artist and Andrea Meislin Gallery. “Project Atrium: Angela Strassheim” installation images at MOCA Jacksonville at the members’ preview on Nov. 21. Photos by Thomas Hager for MOCA Jacksonville.

Forensic Series Captures The Inside Of Homes Where Domestic Homicides Occurred; horror, sadness, quiet, contemplation

Forensic Series Captures The Inside Of Homes Where Domestic Homicides Occurred; horror, sadness, quiet, contemplation

From the collection Project Atrium © Angela Strassheim, courtesy of the artist, Andrea Meislin Gallery and the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art

From the collection Project Atrium © Angela Strassheim, courtesy of the artist, Andrea Meislin Gallery and the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art

“Project Atrium: Angela Strassheim” installation images at MOCA Jacksonville at the members’ preview on Nov. 21. Photos by Thomas Hager for MOCA Jacksonville.

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“Project Atrium: Angela Strassheim” installation images at MOCA Jacksonville at the members’ preview on Nov. 21. Photos by Thomas Hager for MOCA Jacksonville.

Angela Strassheim - Evidence  Evidence is a group of photographs taken at homes where familial homicides have occurred. The black and white images are long exposures – from ten minutes to one hour – with minimal ambient night light pouring in from the crevices of windows and doors, capturing the physical presence of blood as a lurid glow.

Angela Strassheim - Evidence Evidence is a group of photographs taken at homes where familial homicides have occurred. The black and white images are long exposures – from ten minutes to one hour – with minimal ambient night light pouring in from the crevices of windows and doors, capturing the physical presence of blood as a lurid glow.

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