PHOTO:OBJECT invited practitioners to respond to the simple prompt to make a work which pushed photography toward object-ness. The exhibition is currently on view at PUSH Gallery in Asheville, NC through June 7th, and this zine acts as both a catalogue to the exhibition and a tangible record of the conceptual and critical discussion of the photograph as object.
ALL PROCEEDS go to the Asheville Darkroom in Asheville, NC
(if you'd like to make an additional donation to Asheville Darkroom, or to become a member, check out the Asheville Darkroom website!)
p.s. I might be teaching some workshops this fall, so it's a good time to get involved)
zines are going into production the last week of May and will be ready to ship (or pick up locally) the second week of June.
PHOTO:OBJECT is an exhibition of "photographs" which push the boundary of "object." Curated by lydia see from works submitted through an open call, interpretations to this constraint represent many cross-disciplinary approaches. The show was designed as an instigation to makers to set constraints, challenge their studio practice, take risks, and shake shit up.
Featuring over 15 artists including Krista Allison, Lauren Bacchus, Eli Blasko, Paul Choi, Gray Hales, Clark Hodgin, Brighton Kilgore, Kelsey Magnuson, Jeff Mason, Susan Alta Martin, M. HoneyBee Mckee, lydia see, Shon Swett, Brett Wyatt and others.