CONVERSIONS

Slechta began working with large-scale camera-less photograms in 1992. An important part of his artistic investigation was the space between discovery and calculation.  His early works, including the ‘Conversions’ Collection, were softly contoured, multi-dimensional silhouettes of figures in various states of anthropomorphic changes.

CONVERSIONS
CONVERSIONS
120 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994

Sumptuous Abyss

120 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994
108 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993

Misunderstood Inheritance

108 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993
126 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994

Nesting

126 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994
102 x 30 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993

Musery

102 x 30 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993
132 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994

Swimming With Kafka

132 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994
81 x 30 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994

Last Memory

81 x 30 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1994
132 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993

Invitation Accepted

132 x 60 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993
120 x 120 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993

Balance Uncertain

120 x 120 inches, Light on photo paper, unique. ©1993