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from Ernst Logar's photo series Hong Kong Project
This pinhole photography workshop is a 3-day intensive workshop for students with a studio major. All materials will be provided. Participants will be required to spend at least 6 hours/day and have a flexible schedule, depending on the availability of facilities.
Participants will be introduced to the history of the camera obscura and important pinhole camera artists. They will build their own cameras and experience the different time scales and processes of this fundamental photographic technique. They will develop a concept of photographic series’ and will create their own pinhole photo works.
Ernst Logar lives and works in Vienna, Austria. He has been conducting research for several years on the social and environmental effects of the global oil-economy. His work was first seen in Saskatoon at the Mendel Art Gallery in the 2012 exhibition: Beneath a Petroliferous Moon, and more recently at PAVED Arts (Tar Sands: Approaching An Anthropocentric Site, 2016).
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating.
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