Chroma

Sat, Feb 25–Sun, April 2

Photography is often used to document events and occurrences, depicting reality and masking the hand of the artist behind the camera. In Chroma, the hand of the artist is more than apparent, as images are captured and manipulated into bold new forms using unconventional processes. Pictures are taken with toy cameras or binocular lenses, photos are exposed to electricity instead of light, and hidden colors are teased out of daguerreotypes with a scanner. Chroma explores the vast reaches of photography by presenting works that experiment, question, and investigate—and it encourages viewers to follow suit.


Seasurreal by Jerome Skiscim

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