Alternative Process Photography March 11–April 12, 2019
There has been a sweeping wave of innovative experimentation in hands-on "analog" photography in recent years. Cabrillo Gallery is excited to present Out of the Dark: alternative process photography, featuring a truly eclectic display of unusual photographic artworks that are visually intriguing and often surprisingly abstract. Each of the many artists in this exhibition investigates their particular process and vision from within this wide-ranging genre. They may bring new life to antique photographic processes, combine images with mixed media, or fearlessly experiment with the alchemy of photographic chemistry and techniques in highly unorthodox ways. Visitors may find themselves quite surprised to see what photography can be when boundaries are pushed into new territories.
Artists in exhibition are Angie Pember Brockey, Brigitte Carnochan, Daniel Carrillo, Martha Casanave, Douglas Collins, Binh Danh, Margo Duvall, Dan Estabrook, Janet Fine, Randy Hayes, Susan Hyde Greene, Kaden Kratzer, Patricia Lagarde, Frank Lopez, Kathryn Mayo, Chris McCaw, Anne Arden McDonald, Klea McKenna, Greg Mettler, Nadezda Nikolova-Kratzer, Elizabeth Opalenik, Rachel Phillips, Wendy Small, Brian Taylor, Michael Weitzman. Multiple alternative process techniques are included, such as tintype, Daguerreotype, platinum palladium, ambrotype, gum bichromate, Polaroid manipulation, photograms, chemigrams, lumens, cyanotype, Van Dyke, digital manipulation, hand painted photographs, image transfers, mixed media, and more.