Photos at Zoom: Alternative Processes

Photos at Zoom: Alternative Processes

Photos at Zoom: Alternative Processes

With MoCP Registrar Carissa Meier

Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/427891825

Throughout photography’s history, technological improvements have caused many photographic processes to fall out of widespread use. This print viewing features artworks made by contemporary artists who utilize 19th Century processes. Also included are artists who have invented their own processes or use hybrid processes in order to achieve particular visual or conceptual effects. Select artists featured include:  Binh Danh, Ann Hamilton, and Alison Rossiter.

This event will be recorded and transcribed.  If you require special accommodations for this event, please contact mocp@colum.edu.

Image: Binh Danh, Memory of Tuol Sleng Prison, Child 7, from the "Immortality: The Remnants of the Vietnam and American War" series, 2010

Additional Resources

MoCP Behind the Lens: Aimée Beaubien 

Watch a cyantotype demonstration: https://vimeo.com/421594670

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