The stories within Huger Foote’s images don’t stop with the still moments he captures on film. For the new body of work in “Now Here Then,” currently on view at David Lusk Gallery, the artist sifted through his extensive archive of discarded images, looking for past moments that could be revived and given a new future. Between 2005 and 2008, Foote lived with and worked into the found images by exposing them to a combination of physical weathering and experimental editing processes, the result of which is a series of rough, tactile artifacts that bear the scars of time and their continuous making.

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