Photography Students Display Work in Ithaca Gallery
Students in art professor Jean Locey's class, Photography: Identity and the Global Lens, recently exhibited work at ArtSpace Gallery in Ithaca.
The course investigated the visual representation of identity in contemporary culture while considering the impact of global perspectives on the understanding and interpretation of self through the lens of race, gender, and geography.
Students used medium format cameras and a combination of black and white negatives, fine art gelatin silver prints, and color negatives and transparency films to produce chromogenic silver prints.
The students' work was on display from November 1 to November 30. ArtSpace Gallery is the public display space of Ithaca's Community Arts Partnership. Photos from the class were also on display at the Olive Tjaden Gallery in October.