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Emily Flory, Carolina Kane, Leah Trznadel

January 17
February 14 2020

Where Cleveland Institute of Art, Ann and Norman Roulet Student + Alumni Gallery
Artists Emily Flory, Carolina Kane, Leah Trznadel

abstacted black and white photograph landscape
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Join us on Friday, January 17 from 6–8pm for the opening reception for {artifact}, an exhibition of photography by recent graduates, Emily Flory, Carolina Kane, and Leah Trznadel.

The term artifact in photography refers to distortions caused by compression or interpolation within an image. These uncomformities are visible breaks in the facade of photography and the representational values it possesses. This departure from regularity in images themselves is a reflection of the way in which experience and memory are perceived: fluid, distorted, fading.

This exhibition creates a sense of togetherness between the artist, image and viewer—a line of communication to comment on immersion, subjectivity and perspective in photography.

The exhibition runs through Friday, February 14, in conjunction with the opening of the 74th Student Independent Exhibition in CIA's Reinberger Gallery.


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