The 2017 Photographic Conversations Exhibition
The genesis of the 2017 Photographic Conversations Exhibition came from my experience of being involved in daily conversations in a 3 year project, Six Shooters, and later as part of the collaborative project, A New Nothing. These visual connections with other photographers allow me to work outside my normal practice and use photographs that ordinarily might not see the light of day. And, to be honest, it’s stimulating, inspiring, and fun to work with another photographer.
There are numerous projects that connect photographs, in fact, the Metropolitan Museum in NYC is featuring the exhibition, Talking Pictures: Camera-Phone Conversations Between Artists and Tara Wrays’ Some Days Just Are has recently come to my attention. Thank you to all who jumped into the collaborative waters–I hope you consider ways to continue your conversations. There are three pages, so keep going!
And now, The 2017 Lenscratch Photographic Conversations Exhibition!
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