Artist Projects

Analogue


Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard photographed the demise of small businesses in large cities and organized the display of the photographs in a grid system, categorized roughly by subject matter. Leonard describes Analogue as a “journal of observation on the connected issues of gentrification and the global economy: a look at the vast differences between small local business and multinational franchises, the tensions between individual expression and economic necessity, and the loss of valuable cultural material as commercial areas become more homogeneous.”

Project Updates

  • 2010: Analogue is included in a retrospective of her works at Mumok in Vienna, Austria

  • 2007: Analogue is exhibited as part of the Documenta 12 exhibition in Kassel, Germany

  • 2007: Analogue premieres at Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, OH

  • 2007: Analogue is exhibited at Villa Arson in Nice, France