Saturday, March 12 - 1:00PM to 1:45PM
The photograph, a record of the meeting of world and mind, may be the beginning of a train of thought that advances inquiry, or it may stand alone as a free-standing idea, a photographic haiku. The image as representation, concept, and metaphor is both an idea and a medium of thought. To select, arrange, and order images is to organize thoughts. Many photographers have described in words their practice of thinking through photography. Their work serves as a model for current discussions on art as research and implications for promotion and tenure of visual artists.