Domus Oculi

Domus Oculi is a contemporary camera obscura viewing room—a freestanding structure using repurposed lenses from antiquated visual technologies to create a transitory archive.

Joel Armor: #cloudingjudgements

In Clouding Judgements, artist Joel Armor examines his personal collection of cell phone photos and calls on individuals from the surrounding community to examine their own.

Joshua Kessler: Frame Rate

A series of abstract, color-driven photographs and micro-videos by Joshua Kessler serve as a meditation on how technology has so fundamentally changed the way that we consume and experience imagery.

ARCHIVE [photo]

A competitive, international exhibition of works featuring photographic and lens-based art that in one way or another, literally or figuratively, represents the concept of archive.

Sharonville +5: Then, Now, and Interpreted

Featuring images of Sharonville from the perspectives of five artists, this exhibition looks at a community’s history interpreted from the past through the present.

The Forealism Files

The Forealism Files includes artifacts of the Tribe featuring large-format “portrait” photographs of key characters, images documenting interactions and performances, video footage, character suits, live performances, and lectures.

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