Curran Broderick is an artist and educator currently living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. He earned his MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work has been shown nationally in several different spaces that include: ClampArt, Chace Center Museum of Art, and Tilt Gallery. Broderick’s work is currently on display at Gallery Kayafas as the featured artist for “Out of the Frame” from March 4th -April 30th.
Willoughby is a natural fjord that was originally formed through glacial activity. It is located in the northeast region of Vermont. Utilizing repeat photography, I photograph from the south end of the lake, which frames Mount Hor on the left and Mount Pisgah on the right.
Willoughby is about me returning home to photograph the same landscape essentially the same way, but discovering it’s always different. The poetic repetition of changing sameness is cyclical; it has no beginning for end.
To view more of Curran’s work, please visit his website.