Entries in iPhoneography (12)
I have some works in EXPOSURE – the first major gallery exhibition in the Midwest that is dedicated solely to the mobile photography featuring international artists.
66 Parsons Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43215 U.S.A.
Exhibit dates: March 16 - 26, 2013
Co-curated by amy leibrand + daniel colvin
Opening reception: March 16, 2013 | 7:00 - 11:00 pm
DW4 Dan White Band | pRODUCT.Math of Trees | DJ Moxy
Gallery hours: Tues - Fri 5:00 - 8:00 pm / Sat - Sun by appointment
CS Gallery will play host to EXPOSURE : A Mobile Photography Exhibition, showcasing the work of nearly 60 artists -- local and global -- whose diverse views and voices are expressed through mobile devices. This exhibition will illustrate the limitless possibilities of mobile art, shatter preconceived notions about the genre, and demonstrate that a desire to push boundaries can spark a global movement to redefine photography.
To harness the energy in the global mobile photography community, EXPOSURE will feature nearly 300 photographs in a wide variety of styles and subject matter. The exhibition features emerging and seasoned photographers, many award-winning, who are connected by their devices and creative spirit.
Participating artists: adam elkins ° adam gilbert ° alessandra manzotti ° ali wade ° amo passicos ° amy leibrand ° andrea koerner ° andrew b. white ° barbara dubois ° benamon tame ° cat morris ° catalina melo ° catherine restivo ° chad cochran ° chris faytle ° christopher burk ° chuck johnson ° cindy patrick ° cynthia westover ° dave uy ° david ploskonka ° david wade ° dawn ruggles ° deb evans braun ° fiona christian ° gwenn danae ° jaime ferreyros ° james k. rinehart ° janine graf ° jenna long ° jennifer bracewell ° jennifer moffitt ° jennifer phillips ° joel weston ° kelly stout ° kim curtin ° kristi dingess ° lanie heller ° laura peischl ° lene basma ° lindsey thompson ° liz grilli ° lizzie koselke ° lola mitchell ° malcome brumet ° maria peters ° matt strelecki ° michela baxter ° mike saiia ° nettie edwards ° nicholas carron ° nick coplen ° patrick mccolgan ° robert herold ° roger guetta ° sarah jarrett ° stephanie kuhl ° tim courlas ° tommy vohs ° w.e. arnold
As part of MINA (Mobil Innovation Network Aotearoa) I have been involved with Dr Max Schleser from Massey University Wellington in producing a mobile photography/film showcase for the Wellington Fringe Festival 2012. This is a first for New Zealand and is possibly the first event of its kind in the world.
MINA at Fringe
Mobile Visual Art Showcase
Feb 10 - March 3, 2012
Shoot and share. Showcasing the creative edge use of mobile technology in visual arts; photography and moving image. Locally. Globally.
The use of mobile phones in the creation and distribution of creative content in the hands of both amateurs and professionals is rapidly growing. In New Zealand, at the forefront of this new art form is MINA (Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa), brining together a collective of mobile content creators both locally and internationally.
MINA at Fringe brings to the 2012 Wellington Fringe Festival a combination of a mobile visual showcase and “pop-up” public screenings around the Festival.
Content is exclusively created on mobile devices, primarily from iPhone and Android platforms and includes photography (“phoneography”, “iPhoneography) and moving image (“micromovies”, “mobile-mentaries”).
Artists from New Zealand and around the world can submit their mobile film and photography content to be shown at MINA at Fringe, for the pop-up screenings and showcases.
Watch a video slideshow of the inaugural MINA at Fringe Showcase artists - 34 mobile photographers from around the world.
The first open call for submissions will be from Wednesday February 1st until Wednesday February 8th.
Contributors are asked to submit from one to five works each.
Curators of the submitted works are Dr. Max Schleser (lecturer, researcher, filmmaker) and Andrew B. White (iPhone photographer).
Further calls for works will be announced during the festival.
To submit your mobile photography or film, simply email them to firstname.lastname@example.org within the specified time-frames.
Users of the app can directly submit any of their iSupr8 videos for show at MINA at Fringe.
Fringe-goers are also encouraged to use their mobile devices to shoot and upload their own experiences during the Festival.
Submit your mobile work and be part of Wellington Fringe 2012!
Fringe 2012 website: http://www.capitaltimes.co.nz/Fringe-Festival
To email submissions or for additional info: email@example.com
MINA on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/MINA/160774357354639
MINA on tumblr: http://minanz.tumblr.com/
MINA website: http://mina.pro/
MINA on VIMEO: http://vimeo.com/user9695994
iSupr8 App: http://share.isupr8.com/
One of my images has been selected for the First Annual iPhoneography Miami Exhibition.
January 20th - February 17th 2012
Artspace Gallery Miami
8747 s.w. 134th street
The Exhibition will consist of large format photographs taken with the iPhone and edited completely within the iPhone. The show will feature iPhoneographers from around the globe. Only twenty five photographs have been selected from hundreds submitted.
The following artists that have been chosen for this year's exhibition.
Roger Guetta - The Man Who Speaks to Birds
Janine Graf - Let's Be Free Shane Robinson - Are You Still With Me?
Amo Passicos - New York
Catherine Restivo - Meditation~Intention~Reflection
Jen Pollack Blanco - She Always Swims Alone
Carol Rosenthal - Steady
James Clarke - Materva,Yes-Cafe Bustelo,Yes-Medianoche,No
Maria Pereira - Figment of My Imagination
Maria Pereira - Knowing Without Thinking
Karen Divine - Graduation 2
Adrienne Sylver - Water Dream
Sean Hayes - Sol
Robin Sweet - Love Me
Christopher Swink - Image 5747 Untitled
Robert Herold - Calling the Sky
Robert Herold - The Visitation of Mr Horatius
Jennifer Ford - The Paper Ballerina
Daniel Berman - Umbrella Lady NYC
Jennifer Bracewell - Don't Look Down
Lisa Folino - Milos
Anthony Maldonado - Photo_1 Untitled
Andrew B. White - White Cloud
Lisa Pliner - #3 Untitled
MissPixels - 4th of July
This exhibition will continue to be shown from January 20th until the closing on February 17th.
The gallery hours are varied from Monday through Friday and the show is open and complimentary to the public.