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Digital Pictures: New Trends in Photography

This panel will focus on developments in photography that have taken us from the recording of light intensity on silver particles to colored pixels that can be sent around the world in a matter of minutes. The new capabilities of the medium present opportunity as well as some problems to the new generation of photographers who create in a digital world.

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When Mar 10, 2003
from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Where NYC - Pratt Institute
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Monday, March 10, 2003
7:00PM - 9:00 PM

Room 213,
Pratt Manhattan
144 W. 14th Street

New York, NY


We will discuss the changes that have taken place in the medium and find out how photographers as well as those who must store, display and archive new electronic art are dealing with digital work. We are interested in how this new work is evaluated compared to traditional photography and what trends we see developing in the field.

Panelists include Andrew Davies, Ed Earle, Jonathan Lipkin, Sarah Silver and Oliver Wasow. The panel will be moderated by Ellen La Forge.

Panelist Bios:
Andrew Davies has been working in digital media for ten years. He has an art and architecture background and has worked with various 3D software packages for architecture firms and the motion picture industry. Davies collaborated on the production and design of the MoMA\MIT interactive table for the Un-Private House exhibition at MoMa in 1997. The interactive table received a silver medal award from ID Magazine's Interactive Design Review. In 2000, he teamed up with David Small to design and produce the interactive lobby for the Asia Society and Museum in New York. He teaches digital art and design courses at New York's Eyebeam Atelier. Davies' work is included in the Archives of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis - http://adbps.com/projectspace/andrew_davies/index.swf

Edward Earle
is the Curator of Digital Media at the International Center of Photography. He has developed projects to support commissions of new media work for the Internet and assisted in the design of the new ICP galleries to support video and digital art presentation. He has also managed collaborative collection sharing database projects with the George Eastman house and developed the ICP-GEH combined website, photomuse.org. He has organized exhibitions at ICP, the American Museum of the Moving Image, the California Museum of Photography as well as Internet exhibition sites, and has published numerous articles on photography and digital media. He is widely acknowledged for his leadership position in the use of the Internet by artists as well as using it as a means for exposing a wider audience to traditional photographic imagery.

Jonathan Lipkin
is associate professor of digital media at Ramapo College in New Jersey and on the graduate faculty of the School of Visual Arts' Computer Art and Photography and Related Media programs. His photography work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines from the New York Times to Hip Hop Connection, and been exhibited across the country in public spaces like the Port Authority of New York and in exhibitions such as "Imaging/Aging". His writing has appeared in many academic journals and he has lectured in the U.S. and internationally on issues of digital media. His book, In the Realm of the Circuit, is due from Prentice-Hall in March 2003, and a second book, Digital Art and Design: Photography, is due from Harry N. Abrams in Spring 2004. http://www.jonathanlipkin.com

Sarah Silver's
work focuses on fashion and movement photography. Her clients include Taschen Books, Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler, Radio City Music Hall, and the Abercrombie & Fitch Quarterly among many others. Publications in which she has been featured and in which her work has appeared include The New York Times, Elle, Surface, French Vogue, PDN, Time Out New York and others. Sarah is a world traveler who has served as staff photographer for projects in Tunisia, Israel, and the Ukraine. Her tools of choice include a professional Sinarback 23 high resolution digital camera back used with a Hasselblad 503CW medium format camera. http://www.sarahsilver.com

Oliver Wasow
is a photographer whose work has appeared in solo and group exhibitions across the United States and internationally, including such benchmark exhibitions as Image World at the Whitney Museum of Art in NYC, and The Photography of Invention at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. His photographs are included in a number of private collections and are also represented in various prominent public collections, including The Whitney Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and The Milwaukee Art Museum. Reviews of his work have been featured in most major art publications, including, among others, Art Forum, ArtNews and The New York Times. He has been the recipient of various grants and awards including a Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant and, in 2000, his second New York State Council on the Arts Grant. http://www.oliverwasow.com

Moderator Bio:
Ellen La Forge, coordinator of the graduate computer graphics program at the New York Institute of Technology in Manhattan, is a computer graphic artist and animator whose work includes book illustration, photography, traditional and 2D/3D computer animation as well as performance and interactive design. Awards and grants include Georgia State Council on the Arts, Savannah Arts Council, Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island, ASIFA-East Animation Festival and Birmingham International Animation Festival. She is an Assistant Professor at NYIT and teaches courses in computer graphics and web design. She is a long-time NYC ACM SIGGRAPH member and volunteer.

This event made possible with the support of
Pratt Institute

Admission:
NYC ACM SIGGRAPH Members (including student members) - Free
Faculty, Students, and Staff of Pratt Institute - Free
Non-Members -$7.00
Non-Member Students (with proof of current, full-time status) - $3.00

For directions to Pratt, visit this link: http://www.pratt.edu/campus/directions/right_pm.html

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