Jonathan Castillo, Anahid Ghorbani, Judy Natal, and Sasha Phyars-Burgess (P)
Friday, March 06 - 1:00PM to 1:45PM
2020. A year with momentous historical implications, it is a time in which reflection is paramount to our future. In an age and culture where vision is taken for granted, many questions emerge about traditional forms of photographic representation as power structures of seeing and being seen, and who is doing the seeing and how is it used, becomes ever more crucial and transparent. Using their individual projects as case studies, former and present Fellows of the Diane Dammeyer Fellowship in Photographic Arts & Social Issues, moderated by the Dammeyer co- creator and mentor, will share how their projects evolved and necessarily altered around issues of representation over the course of the 9 month Fellowship.