Ken Hassell and Ann Pegelow Kaplan, photography/videography - Sept. 8
Monday, September 8
Ken Hassell and Ann Pegelow Kaplan, photography/videography
Reception and artist talk, Gallery 406, 5 p.m.
While the gaze has long been explored as a mechanism of domination, recent scholarship also considers the act of looking as a disruption of power. Hassell and Kaplan’s photography and videography explore modern day inequalities and how our attention and perspective as humans influence our experience. Continuing an ongoing conversation about power, representation, attention and stillness, and the act of looking, Hassell and Kaplan will hold an artist-viewer dialogue at the exhibition opening. Exhibition runs through September 25.