Alexandra Silverthorne uses the camera as a means to understand and explore spatial environments and encounters. As projects evolve, her photographs often move beyond the mat and the frame to become sculptural objects, projections, installations, and photobooks. Recent projects include the examination of conceived, perceived, and lived space, instinctual explorations of architectural structures, and nocturnal documentation of unfamiliar landscapes. Silverthorne is currently working on several projects focused around ideas of travel and journey.
Current & Upcoming Exhibitions
Portraiture, Studio Gallery – Washington, DC (October 30th – November 10th)
Flat Files at Exposure, Catalyst Projects – Washington, DC (November 7th – December 7th)
Heart of DC, John A. Wilson City Hall Building Collection – Washington, DC (permanent)