Friday, October 14, 2011

Patterson / Malghan : New Photography, Hong Kong



Photography MFA students Mike Patterson and Ajay Malghan are having an exhibition in Hong Kong that will run from now until November 5. It is called Patterson / Malghan : New Photography and features three different bodies of work. Mike's work involves a new process in which he records digital video, converts it into still frames, and then uses statistical analysis to layer the frames in order to visualize motion trails over time. Ajay is showing two bodies of work, one which is camera-less and was made by putting thin slices of different foods directly into the color enlarger to create intricate and colorful abstractions that show food in a whole new way. His other work consists of night time long exposures of air traffic outside of various airports in major cities.

The show is at Saffron Gallery, located at 102 Stanley Plaza, Stanley, Hong Kong.
There will be an opening reception tonight, October 14, from 6:30 to 10:00. If you are in Hong Kong before November 5, be sure to check it out!

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