https://vimeo.com/124398673 Please join Marie Louise Omme for the opening of her ICP-Bard MFA these exhibition, Knock on Wood Opening reception Thursday, April 9th, 7-10pm (drinks and food will be provided) On view April 9 - 12, 2015 | 12-7 PM | Friday through Sunday or by appointment Contact Info 917-783-7872 | email@example.com ICP-Bard MFA Studios 24-20 Jackson… Continue reading Rainbows, Plants and Four-Leaf Clovers
Tag: class work
Related and Alienated
The idea of experimenting with the photographic process, from the lens to the print, that ‘The Actual’ group exhibit explores at Eleven Rivington Gallery, has made me think about how contemporary practice reflects a sterile idea of beauty. Marsha Cotrell’s works, for instance, are made of layers of laser toner ink. She uses an additive… Continue reading Related and Alienated
Oh Dear, Anna Atkins, Why – Why – Why?
We have to choose one piece of art that we changed our mind about? Reflecting on this assignment twiddling my thumbs there is actually a lot of work I have changed my mind about over the years. But to choose one of the latest discoveries: after taking my photography class in alternative non- silver processes… Continue reading Oh Dear, Anna Atkins, Why – Why – Why?
Materiality of Language
In Sam Lewitt's show titled Total Immersion Environment is a series of photographs titled Paper Citizen. These are images of letter press casts arranged, as if, for printing as a page of a book. It was only instinctive to try and read the words which are arranged… Continue reading Materiality of Language
I Always Never_______
Always I always think I always stress out about planned shoots I always question my intentions I always look through the view finder of my SLR I always imagine the scenes in my head I always stray away from my original plan I always shoot in RAW when shooting digital I always aim to focus… Continue reading I Always Never_______