Brandon Ballengée

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PDF of Ballengée biography
PDFs of Selected Press


Selected Publications


www.brandonballengee.com



That turns and flies in liquid for
the deadly twin aborted...,2010/2012
from "A Season in Hell Series, Deadly Born Cry"
unique digital chromogenic print
88 x 72 inches
In scientific collaboration with Stanley K. Sessions
Title from a poem by KuyDelair


Vertical fall in the Winter call that dances
in the spring nocturnal..., 2010/2012
from "A Season in Hell Series, Deadly Born Cry"
unique digital chromogenic print
64 x 56 inches
In scientific collaboration with Stanley K. Sessions
Title from a poem by KuyDelair


Love Motel for Insects: Eining
Variation, summer 2009
Eining/Neustadt an der Donau, Germany
outdoor installation with black ultra-violet lights,
white flourescent, wood, fabric, invited insects
6 units: 8 feet 2 inches x 4 feet 11 inches each
Photograph by Anton Schaller


Love Motel for Insects: Lough Boora
Variation, summer 2010
Lough Boora, Ireland
outdoor installation with black ultra-violet lights,
wood, fabric, invited insects
6 feet 6 3/4 inches x 98 feet 6 inches
Photograph by Kevin O'Dwyer


DFBB, Khaos, 2009/2010
from "Malamp Reliquaries" (2001-ongoing)
scanner photograph of cleared and stained
missing limb common toad from Yorkshire,
England

unique digital chromogenic print on
watercolor paper

47 x 35 inches
In scientific collaboration with Richard Sunter
Title by KuyDelair




DFA 117, Galatée, 2001/2007
from "Malamp Reliquaries" (2001-ongoing)
scanner photograph of cleared and stained
Pacific Tree Frog from Aptos, California

unique digital chromogenic print on
watercolor paper

461/2 x 34 1/2 inches
In scientific collaboration with Stanley K. Sessions
Title by KuyDelair


RIP Eskimo Curlew, 2007
called the Esquimaux Curlew in Audubon's
time; extinct by the late 20th century
artist cut print from the "Amsterdam" edition
(1971-73)

sheet: 25 x 39 inches


RIP Dusky Seaside Sparrow , 2007
called the MacGullivray's Finch in
Audubon's time: extinct by the late
20th century
artist cut print from the "Amsterdam" edition
(1971-73)
sheet: 39 x 25 inches


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