“Created as a photographic exploration of her structures, “Liquid Lines” is a body of work that further explores scientific concepts expressed through three-dimensional drawing. By using the camera as a microscope, the artist zoomed into her own work, exposing the unexplored world of materials and their interaction with light. As a result, Ginn discovered the unforeseen dimensions of her structures, which are revealed as images of fluid lines and shadings.” SciArt in America, 2014

“The works simultaneously express the transitory nature of the sculptures and fix them permanently on the plexiglass… The camera becomes a mechanism, like Russian filmmaker Dziga Vertov’s “kino-eye,” that objectively captures unexpected associations in nature (or in her structures) that the human eye misses.” Dinah McClintock, Arts Atlanta
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