Australian artist Rosemary Laing combines photography, performance, and cinema in her carefully composed and highly evocative color photographs.

This exhibition included twelve images demonstrating her transformation of the notion of flight from a positive emblem of progress and opportunity to a negative indicator of turbulence, destruction, and loss of control.

The selections were drawn from three series: flight research, bulletproofglass, and Laing’s most current body of work, weather.

Organized by the Frist Art Museum.

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