Will Discuss Camera-less Technique Oct. 27 & 28
release: October 24, 2000
For more information, contact Gabrielle
A photographer who produces images of flowers and plant life
without a camera will visit The University of Memphis this
week as part of the Photographic Society's 2000-2001 lecture
Means will present a lecture and slide show of her work Friday
at 7 p.m. in the psychology auditorium. Saturday she will
lead a workshop at 10 a.m. in the Meeman Journalism Building,
technique is to place a flower or plant form in the enlarger
and project it onto photographic paper. Stripped of color
and greatly enlarged, this process gives an intense quality
of radiance to the black and white imagery.
photographs have been exhibited in solo and group shows at
the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the International Center
of Photography, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa,
and the Lake Placid Center for the Arts in New York. Her work
is also featured in the collections of the Aaron Siskind Estate,
the Whitehead Collection of Art in Boston, and the Avon Collection
of Women Photographers.
lecture and workshop are free and open to the public. For
more information, call 901-678-2925.
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