Funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council, Alain LeTourneau took and assembled a series of photographs documenting the natural and built environment of Swan Island: the structures and spaces that define the area as a “geography of production.” He is showing them at his studio (5232 N Williams Ave) only until Sunday, December 8. You can see them if you call now for an appointment (503.231.6548).
Alain LeTourneau, a Portland-based artist, employs still and moving images to explore the natural and built environment, and the idea of development in relation to land use. His work has been exhibited at Anthology Film Archives, Center for Documentary Studies, Film Studies Center at University of Chicago, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, International House Philadelphia, Images Festival Toronto, Los Angeles Filmforum, Portland Art Museum, San Francisco Cinematheque, Vancouver International Film Centre and other venues throughout North America.
For more information, visit: www.alainletourneau.com/swan_island_industrial_park