Re: Call for Entries
And from your own neck of the woods, to boot!
I was just reading an article in the New Yorker about a lobsterman
out of Stonington, made me think of you,
On Sep 4, 2006, at 2:22 PM, Jonathan Bailey wrote:
Huh?!? It *sounds* like English....
Does photo discourse on most campuses resemble this?? If so, things
worse than I'd feared. It's disturbing to think students might be
translate this babble. Or, write a paper about it.
But, hey - what do I know?!?
Tenants Harbor, Maine
From: Grillo Michael [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 3:23 PM
Subject: Call for Entries
As Photography becomes redefined beyond its traditions of technical
definitions, its role as a transparent medium of documentation has
come increasingly into question. Documentation: Photography as
Witness calls for works that specifically question the nature of
visual documentation, including its definition, potentials, semiotic
systems, and social resonances in a Post-Modern world. The
exhibition will run from 9 February through 16 March, 2007, at the
University of Maine's Lord Hall Galleries. Please send up to twenty
images on CD or DVD to: Dr. Michael Grillo, 219 Lord Hall, Department
of Art, University of Maine, 04469-5743 by 15 November, 2006.