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The Michigan Daily - Friday, February 1, 1991 - Page 7

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An engineer, photographed by Karen Moon Schaefer, strikes a pensive pose as he contemplates, "How do you
stop this damn train?!"

PHOTOS
Continued frompage 5
intimacy of his photos.
Schaefer's railway photographs
seem delicately serene next to Pedit's
explosive volcanos. Her realistic
black-and-white pictures mostly dis-
play kids and elderly folks juxta-
posed with various train images.
One photo, Abandoned Caboose
shows a deserted timeworn Ann Ar-
bor railway car surrounded by weeds.
It calls forth nostalgia for an older
era. This work, along with shots

like Old Train Station which reveals
the bowels of a whistle-stop, and
Chicago Union Station which shows
a single man modestly positioned
among a row of enormous columns,
all display a pleasing array of intri-
cate shapes.
However, some of the pieces
such as On the Tracks Three which
shows two kids playing a game be-
fore a receding track, as well as the
several superimposed images used,
are a bit uninspiring and trite. Al-
though cute, this shot seems unorig-
inal. It could easily pass as a trendy

dorm room poster. But most of her
work demonstrates a tranquil reflec-
tion upon the important railway
crossing points throughout the Great
Lakes region.
PHOTOGRAPHS, BY KAREN
MOON SCHAEFER AND BERN
PEDIT is on display at the Ann Ar-
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through Saturday. Admission is free.
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RECORDS tener. The ability to identify with
Edward and his situation is made
Continued from page 5 possible only through Elfman's skill
Unlike most film scores, Elf- as a composer. His contribution,
man's stand as works on their own. along with Burton's vision, embod-
One need -not see the film to enjoy ies the spirit of Edward Scissorhands
the soundtrack. The music not only and creates an effective, long-lasting
complements the motion picture, impression on the audience.
but is a musical statement to the lis- -Debra Power

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