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Unbound: The Altered Book Virtual Reception - Shared screen with speaker view
Rebecca Banks
01:10:22
hi claudia
Lisa Freeman-Wood
01:19:50
With the Texas weather event it reinforces that we are all vulnerable and can't depend on technology.
Claudia Berlinski
01:27:28
Do you ever exhibit the original pieces?
Daniel Donnelly
01:27:29
Beautiful work!
Nicolai Larsen
01:28:34
Nicolai asked if the very first piece shown was from an architectural print?
Jason Tannen
01:29:38
There’s also the tradition of gold leaf in art history.
Claudia Berlinski
01:29:43
I really enjoyed the first piece you showed
Jason Tannen
01:46:48
Thank you, Locus. Beautiful work
Locus Chen
01:47:30
Thank you, Jason :)
Cameron Kelly
01:54:22
Can everyone hear Bonnie?
Jana Lawton
01:54:49
breaking up a little
Lisa Freeman-Wood
01:54:55
yes but with some distortion
Jason Tannen
01:55:03
Slightly distorted.
Cameron Kelly
01:56:49
Spine?
Ellen Hedfield
01:59:52
endangered - gorgeous piece!
Catherine Sullivan
02:09:54
thanks, lovely extrapolation of Book as visual communication, a repository and purveyance of information and it’s transformative nature! enlightening and engaging!
Claudia Berlinski
02:10:26
Congrats, Bonnie! Well deserved
Raluca Iancu
02:10:47
Congratulations!
Claudia Berlinski
02:12:16
Thank you, Cameron!
Kate
02:12:44
Congrats all!
pat diamond
02:12:46
thank you all
Kate
02:12:48
Thank you
Cameron Kelly
02:14:15
Jason Tannen is a photographer, gallery curator and educator. He’s exhibited his photography widely in the US and internationally, with recent exhibitions in San Francisco, New York, Rome and Budapest.He currently has work on view at PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont and Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Dekalb, Illinois.From 1998 to 2014, he directed the University Art Gallery at California State University, Chico.Upcoming:On Thursday, March 11 he’ll be presenting the Zoom lecture "Weegee's Naked City," about the renowned 1940s crime photographer, at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, Massachusetts.Tickets are available! Go to griffinmuseum.org, and select “Upcoming Events”
Nathan Heyman
02:15:28
Thank you to all of the artists for participating and sharing your work!
Bonnie Kuhr
02:16:06
I also enjoyed hearing from all the other artists.
Nicolai Larsen
02:16:19
I hope that even after Covid we can continue to do Zoom talks!