Melissa Uroff Melissa Uroff

Moon Babes.

  • Moon Babes. No. 3

    Moon Babes. No. 3

  • Moon Babes. No. 5

    Moon Babes. No. 5

  • Moon Babes. No. 4

    Moon Babes. No. 4

  • Moon Babes. No. 10

    Moon Babes. No. 10

  • Moon Babes. No. 1

    Moon Babes. No. 1

  • Moon Babes. No. 6

    Moon Babes. No. 6

  • Moon Babes. No. 7

    Moon Babes. No. 7

  • Moon Babes. No.9

    Moon Babes. No.9

  • Moon Babes. No.8

    Moon Babes. No.8

  • Moon Babes. No. 2

    Moon Babes. No. 2

  • Moon Babes.  2015

    Moon Babes. 2015

    Moon Babes was an installation in a show titled Trip to the Moon, based off of the Georges Méliès film. The installation included a series of historically processed hand printed and painted photographs, ink drawings of space/star maps and calculations and graphs taped to the gallery wall along side fictional newspapers(one featured here) which explained the story of an artist obsessed with finding the "Moon Babes" that she claimed to see through her window late night. The photographs, documents and ink drawings were placed into a set which included a handmade window, vintage furniture, a suitcase, binoculars and miscellaneous clothing.
  • Moon Babes.  2015

    Moon Babes. 2015

    Moon Babes was an installation in a show titled Trip to the Moon, based off of the Georges Méliès film. The installation included a series of historically processed hand printed and painted photographs, ink drawings of space/star maps and calculations and graphs taped to the gallery wall along side fictional newspapers(one featured here) which explained the story of an artist obsessed with finding the "Moon Babes" that she claimed to see through her window late night. The photographs, documents and ink drawings were placed into a set which included a handmade window, vintage furniture, a suitcase, binoculars and miscellaneous clothing.
  • Letter Goodbye. Moon Babes.  2015

    Letter Goodbye. Moon Babes. 2015

    Moon Babes was an installation in a show titled Trip to the Moon, based off of the Georges Méliès film. The installation included a series of historically processed hand printed and painted photographs, ink drawings of space/star maps and calculations and graphs taped to the gallery wall along side fictional newspapers(one featured here) which explained the story of an artist obsessed with finding the "Moon Babes" that she claimed to see through her window late night. The photographs, documents and ink drawings were placed into a set which included a handmade window, vintage furniture, a suitcase, binoculars and miscellaneous clothing.