Movements in Still Time
May 2 – June 2, 2007
Opening Reception: Wednesday May 2, 5-9pm
Three international pinhole artists experiment with the process of representing time. Thomas Balcher (Germany) explores photography through the trigger of a gun. Shooting through a cardboard box, a pinhole camera is created and the resulting image captures a “Scene of Crime”. William Mokrynski (Canada) explores travel and the formation of memory through interwoven layers within a pinhole camera, creating an image that is not always real yet fixed in our memories. Mabel Odessey (France) intimately explores how sound can be expressed through light, capturing the tension, suspires and incidents of improvisation. The images resonate with the sounds and atmosphere of music.