Image credit: Richard Barnes, Giraffe, 2005, Academy of Sciences

Innovation at the Intersection of Science, Technology, and Photography

September 19 – December 15, 2019

Photography, like many forms of communication, has been significantly impacted by science and technology in it’s relatively short history. As we continue to push the boundaries of visual imagery as a means of human connectivity, innovation plays a critical role in that evolution. This group exhibition will explore the role of science in photographic processes; cultural and social influences on the history; and the opportunities, challenges, and unintended consequences of technology in the photographic arts. Exhibiting Artists: Richard Barnes, John Blalock, Evert Bongers, Barbara Bosworth, Zachary Burns, Phillip Carpenter in collaboration with Jose Pacio, Caleb Charland, Dave Kennedy, Doug Keyes, Eadweard Muybridge, Chris Letcher, Christina Seely, Penelope Umbrico, Madame Yevonde, Amir Zaki

PANEL DISCUSSION: ENGINEERING ART
Tuesday, October 22: 6:30PM

Join us for a panel discussion with leaders who’ve played significant roles in the evolution of photography-based software. We will look at the history, future, and impact of technology on photography, education, and the industry as a whole.

ARTIST LECTURE: AMIR ZAKI
Friday, November 1: 6:30PM

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PAST PROGRAMING

OPENING RECEPTION:
Friday, September 20: 5:30PM-7:00PM
Members Preview: 5PM

ARTIST LECTURE: BARBARA BOSWORTH
Friday, September 20: 7PM

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