Pushed Processes: Reworking the Photographic Medium
@ The Hokin Gallery
623 S Wabash Ave, 1st Floor, Chicago, IL 60605
Opening Thursday, March 8th, from 5PM - 8PM
On view through Saturday, March 24th
Pushed Processes showcases work from a new generation of photographic artists who push the boundaries of the medium, incorporating their individual perceptions in a contemporary art context. The artists rework old techniques and employ modern ones to create images that demonstrate how photography and light sensitive materials are being used to go beyond traditional photographic conventions. These diverse bodies of work include manipulated prints and moving images, two-dimensional representations and three-dimensional installations, as well as lens-based and camera-less photography.
Curated by Alison Carey, Associate Professor and Associate Chair of the Photography Department at Columbia College Chicago.
Ervin A. Johnson
Bianca S. Panos
The Hokin Project
The Hokin Project is a Gallery Management Practicum course of the Business & Entrepreneurship Department, in collaboration with the Department of Exhibitions, Performance and Student Spaces (DEPS). The Hokin Project provides students of all majors with gallery management, exhibition, curatorial, and design experience. The Project presents the work of the Columbia College Chicago community through programs, events, and exhibitions. For more information contact Robert Blandford, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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