Spotlight on local artists who are creating unique artworks with experimental photography.
Photography, APH 5440
With warmer Spring days fast approaching, it is a great time to get outside and enjoy the weather in the city of Detroit. Experimental photography is one such activity that allows you to create outdoors in the cultural district. This hands on process enables those interested in photography to learn techniques that allow the development of photo projects by sunlight. The process uses various techniques that allow image transfer on paper as well as fabrics.
The course, APH 5440, is currently being taught at Wayne State University by local MFA photographer, and instructor, Deborah Kingery. Please click on the video link to the left of the article; The slideshow/video features the work of undergrad students, Kylen Palmer, Erin Robinson, Michelle Look, and MFA student, Hiroko Lancour.
For information about this class, or future classes in experimental photography please click on the hyperlinks/ highlighted words contained in this article.