Worldwide Pinhole Day 2017
Here is my submission for this years World Wide Pinhole Day
Here are a few of the events I may be involved in, or others that I think are worth a look at.
FAUX Exhibition and Events
Exhibition: April 1, 2016 – April 30, 2016
FAUX Photography Exhibition | With Juror Louise Clements at The Center for Fine Art
Photography Runs Through April 30th, 2016.
‘The theme of this exhibition is based around the word Faux, which signifies something that is untrue, not genuine, imitation or artificial, even fake or false. Of course, for the open call, any interpretation of the theme was possible—this was something that excited me throughout the selection and, indeed, this subject has provided a rich vein of inspirational material as demonstrated by the range of work and diverse approaches represented. Faux here is interpreted in many contrasting and fun ways, from the record of human trace within the urban and rural landscape to accounts of memory and personal belonging. Faux explores the thin line between photography’s implicit truth and its reinterpretation into the world of fiction and narrative, questioning the whole nature of documental value and the representation of actuality through collections of clues, signs, marks and classifications.’ Louise Clements View in the Main Gallery until April 30th, 2016. Always free, public welcome.
Featured Artists: David Bennett, Bonnie Bishop, John H. Clarke, Vernie Croghan, Ricardo de Vicq de Cumptich, Dimitra Dede, Melissa Eder, Brian K. Edwards, Wally Gilbert, Pato Hebert, David Howe, Rui Hu, Shreepad Joglekar, David Kressler, Shinya Masuda, Michael McAllister, Calli P. McCaw, Richard S. McWherter, Andrew OBrien, Ange Ong, Lisa Rigazio, Donna Rosser, Nancy A. Scherl, Torsten Schumann, Elizabeth Shores, Alison A. Smith, Ceaphas Stubbs, Lacey Terrell, Mariana Vieira, Jader, Marta Wapiennik, Mike Whiteley, and Sheung Yiu.
6 February 2016, 2:30pm
accompany the History Series exhibition ‘WAR II’ Zed Nelson will be
discussing the strategies he employs as a storyteller seeking to
question, inform and reflect upon challenging issues of our time.