Friday, March 27 - 4:30PM to 5:30PM
In the introduction to his seminal 1975 exhibition "New Topographics," William Jenkins
wrote: "If 'New Topographics' has a central purpose it is simply to postulate, at least for the
time being, what it means to make a documentary photograph." More than 30 years later, in
a "flat" world of global flows, ubiquitous networks, micro transmissions, what does it mean
to document the hertzian-induced sprawl surrounding us and what do those documents
mean for us?