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Throughout her career, Sandi Haber Fifield has worked with multiple images to create narrative pieces that transcend the formal elements of photography confined to a single moment. Working in an intuitive manner, she searches for the connective tissue between disparate images to produce a whole from smaller parts. The source material for Haber Fifield’s work in this exquisite volume is the artist’s vast archive of images. When brought together and sequenced, these photographs become “stories” for the viewer to linger on and interpret. Haber Fifield explores the relationship between images, and what happens to them when they are linked and take on new meanings. These beautiful, engaging, sometimes humorous, and decidedly feminine works are gathered here in the artist’s third monograph After the Threshold (Kehrer Verlag, April 2013), with an essay by renowned photography critic Vicki Goldberg.
“Sandi Haber Fifield’s photographs float on the colors of memory, mood, feeling, and suggestion. They combine the indistinctness of memory with the imperfections of photography to produce elusive, incomplete reconstructions of times, events, and sentiments at the far reaches of perception.”
– Vicki Goldberg