i could go on forever is Gillian Alexandra Kalisky’s love letter to the place of her birth, California’s central valley. Shot over a decade of living on the east coast and abroad, the work in the exhibition follows Kalisky’s travels throughout the world while always returning home. Drawing on an array of influences, the project is heavily process based. Taking cues from Eggleston, Ruscha, and the New Topographics, man’s influence on the natural landscape holds a place of high importance in the work. Analogue processes, such as Polaroid and silver gelatin, are also integral.


Axis Gallery
625 S Street
Sacramento, CA 95811