Lesser Chains of Being
  (2013 - Current)

Lesser Chains of Being is a series of gelatin silver prints created in a traditional black and white darkroom. All of the photographs are unique contact prints using common materials such as ink, paint, cellophane, baking soda, vinegar, and salt. The series aims to explore the minute interactions between materiality and process.



 
 
         
       
 

There's Treasure Everywhere
  (2011 - 2013)

The images in There's Treasure Everywhere are a selection of photographs from Ginevra's travels around the United States in 2011 and 2013. In November 2012 a selection of photographs from this series was turned into an artist zine.  
 
         
       
 

Geographical Survey
  (2012 - Current)

The idea behind Geographical Survey is to simulate physical exploration of a landscape.
In this series I’m experiencing Alaska through old survey maps via the scope of a Mamiya RB67. Through the view-finder I survey about 4x5” of the landscape at a time.

(Work In Progress)  
 
         
       
 

Into An Ivory Sun
  (2011 - 2012)

A series of polaroids hand sewn to cotton rag paper.  
 
         
       
 

The Chirping Bush
  (2010 - 2012)

The Chirping Bush is about exploring relationships and drawing connections within a landscape. Whether it be commuters on a ferry in Maine and the water that surrounds them, or the pyramids in Teotihuacan and the droves of tourists who visit them, there is a web of interconnections which we're all a part of....continue reading
 
 
         
       
 

Inbetweenie
  (2009-2010)

Adj. 1. in-between - being neither at the beginning nor at the end in a series.

The series Inbetweenie explores indeterminate feeling. The photographs in Inbetweenie were created using disposable 35mm cameras.  
 
         
       
 

Memories
  (2010)

Memories is a series of photographs created in November of 2010 for an exhibition at the University of Vermont. The photographs in this series are based on the idea of simulacrum and fabricating memories.....continue reading