Tuesday, September 4, 2007

There is Always a Machine Between Us

Curated by Kate Fowle, Karla Milosevich, Chuck Mobley, and Danny Orendorff. Opening Reception Thursday 6 September, 5 - 8 pm

SF Camerawork's galleries become a global gathering place, a research lab, and an ongoing experiment in visual communication with this interactive exhibit of work sourced from and inspired by the Internet.

On view now:

Flat Land by Jeanne C. Finley & John Muse (4-channel video installation)
Lick by Mary Magsamen & Stephan Hillerbrand (1:40 mins)
Morrissey Foretelling the Death of Diana by Lars Laumann (16:00 mins)

Matthias Geiger: Tide. Using a computer-based technique of layering the still images he shoots, Geiger erases the physical presence of the figures in his work, leaving just a trace of their forms in the landscape. These almost metaphysical presences haunt places of transit and places of momentary rest.

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