Photo Summer Session 3
June 19–July 1
Lightwork: Exploring Cameraless Photography
Photographic imagery need not be bound to cameras, so let’s leave the gear talk behind and seek the light. Using materials ranging from traditional black and white chemicals to plants from your garden, explore a variety of experimental photo techniques you can adapt to your home studio–with or without a darkroom. Processes will include photograms, cliché verre, solarization, chemigrams, anthotype, cyanotype, lumens, and cyanolumens. We’ll incorporate objects, drawing, painting, and printmaking techniques into our work and discuss contemporary photographic issues of physicality, ephemerality, and permanence. All levels.
Assistant professor at Georgia Southern University; other teaching: University of Georgia Cortona Program (Italy), Warren Wilson College (NC); exhibitions: Center for Photographic Art (CA), Candela Books + Gallery (VA), Center for Fine Art Photography (CO); published in Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes 2nd Edition (Routledge); founder and former director of The Asheville Darkroom (NC); representation: Tracey Morgan Gallery (NC).