About the Book
A Note From the Curator
I do not always organize exhibitions as part of a class project, but I feel as though these 13 young artists are exceptional in their photographic endeavors.
I have witnessed the honing of their creative and theoretical skills over the last four years at MSCD and am extremely proud of their progress.
This exhibition titled “Photographing Narratives” is a reflection of their development as artists.
A variety of concepts addressing contemporary culture are represented here:
Scanned images of trash found on the roadside that speaks to the issues of mass consumption. A portrayal of depression, an anthropological study of a post- nuclear event, re-enactments of experience in the armed forces, explorations of cultural identity and work that questions the role of gender and race in our society.
I am looking forward to seeing their work as they graduate with their BFA and engage the art world.
Natascha Seideneck 2011
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 01, 2011
- Tags Photographic Narratives, Natascha Seideneck, James Hoard, Heather Harris, Reese ST.Germain, Izah Gallager, Kelly Aragon, Carrie O'Rourke, Chris Dodge, Rebecca Lussier, Jenna Harvey, Diana Walsh, Matthew Pomonio, Alison Peck, And Cailin McCarthy, Culture, Denver, Colorado, Photography, Art, Exhibition, Catalog, 2011