Dana Hall School
I began to outline how the sun moves light across the gallery throughout the day. Playing with the Microfiche films and how they reflect light in a grid-like pattern.
While looking at artists like Sol Lewitt and Mel Bochner and their approaches to seriality, I took my constructed photo project and tried to assign a greyscale to the various textures to create a table for a stop motion sequence. I’m interested in how these constructed photos could become self-referential and offer depth/light/ and texture to a moving image of the materials themselves.
Mary Ann (photography teacher, here at Dana Hall) and I took out the lightbox to take a closer look at Lantern Slides from the Science department years ago. Perfect for the constructed photography project students are working on from old slides.
I got to meet with some Dana Hall photography students and we talked about process and “painting with light”.
More mass production in the gallery today.