Local Exhibit Explores Expanded Forms of Photography, Light Projections | Arts & Culture
Written by Jonathan Dye
Mercer University’s Art Department will host a closing reception Friday, February 8 at 10 a.m. in the Hardman Hall Gallery for “Laboratory of Light: Some Results of Unorthodox Imaging.” The exhibit, which opened on January 14, features multimedia works by artist and faculty member Craig Coleman, exploring expanded forms of photography and light projections.
“All of the works in the show have some relation to light itself and explore different ways of presenting photographic information aesthetically,” wrote Coleman in an emailed artist statement. “I am interested in the aesthetic qualities of traditional photographic prints and in breaking with these traditions.”