Re: alt exhibit
I was impressed by the quality of works, too, as shown on their site.
That's a really good question. Seems like everybody I know makes
digital prints, and so many exhibits I see are overwhelmingly
produced in digital form. I have no problem with that, especially as
I see many that are beautifully (and often very cleverly) executed--
both in image content and in printing. I just don't understand how a
digital print, no matter how cleverly and expertly carried out, is--
in any way-- alternative, since digital prints seem to be very firmly
situated in the mainstream.
On Sep 6, 2007, at 10:57 AM, permadocument wrote:
I hope all of you spent a pleasant and fruitful summer
On visiting the on-line alt exhibit I was impressed by the overall
of the retained works. A question arises: would it not be the
define what we really mean when we speak of "alternative works".
Alternative to what? Silvergelatin? Digital? Hybrid processes?
Being responsable of an experimental European gallery I would greatly
appreciate to have your opinions on this apparently controversial
With my warmest greetings,
P.S. Christina, your work is still on our walls till at least
(if you can miss it till then)
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Objet : Re: alt exhibit
There are a number of people on this list in this show--I
was offlist for a bit while at Penland and don't know if
someone announced it, but here is the link that shows the
I see the page has now been altered to show the process used.