much of my imagery concerns the interrelation of stillness
and movement as it pertains to the corporeality and spirituality
of the body.
of the images was created through the shoot; there was no layering
or manipulation of the images either digitally or in the darkroom.
all prints were created with the intention of being seen as physical
photographs. some subtlety was lost in the digital transfer. i
have attempted to retain the original feeling of the photos without
using digital manipulation.
Wasserman, with a BA in Visual Arts (studio art/art history) and
History, has worked in urban planning, archiving, architecture,
design, education, and museum education. She currently provides
design and computer services to small businesses in New York City.
She has shown her handmade books and photographs in galleries
in Chicago and New York; her current digital explorations, as
a graduate student in Interactive Telecommunications at New York
University, include an investigation of the embodiment of written
text through virtual spaces and the creation of the new media
documentary. She continues to paint, draw, photograph, and create
books off-screen, as well as publish her zine, 'cloth.' When not
sitting in front of her computer or covered in some kind of art
material, Sherri can be found outside running, in a movie theater,
museum, concert hall, or yoga class.