On Thursday, December 10th 7:00 p.m. there will be a panel discussion about “The Projected Image” as part of the series “Confounding Expectations: Photography in Context”
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From the announcement:
“The Projected Image” will explore the multiple ways contemporary artists utilize projections and installations to display still photographic images to create immersive and cinema-like experiences in museums and galleries. Departing from large-scale, tableau treatments of photographic images printed and framed as wall-based objects, exemplified by Jeff Wall, Andreas Gursky, and Gregory Crewdson, many contemporary artists today employ projection devices—ranging from analogue to digital high-definition—to display their work as immaterial light projections, often incorporating temporal and audiovisual elements that recall cinematic contexts yet retain distinctly photographic qualities.
This event is part of the tenth season of the series “Confounding Expectations: Photography in Context” presented by Aperture in collaboration with Vera List Center for Art and Politics and Parsons the New School for Design.