Greg Gorfkle

April 7, 2005 - April 30, 2005

Greg Gorfkle


Gorfkle’s 360-degree landscape photographs display all the information surrounding a single position and one’scapacity to hold this point of view in a single glance. Nothing is edited and the totality of the landscape, of a complete panorama, is essential to the spatial quality and effect achieved. He writes, “I exist in a world that surrounds me, yet I’m predisposed to limitations that cognitively suggest otherwise…so I’m compelled to consider an image less than 360-degrees as if it were the entire world and the 360-degree image that wraps entirely around a point of view as if it were bound by a perspective of left and right and confined by that dimension.”