Photoville: "The Color Of..."

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MPS Digital Photography is participating in Photoville, the annual photography show housed in shipping containers located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, with a 40-foot container dedicated to the theme of color that the staff has broken down into ten discrete topics for which alumni, faculty and staff were asked to create images or videos."The Color Of…" is an aesthetic, technical and historical exploration of how color capture, enhancement, interpretation and reproduction is influenced by culture, society and technological developments. While the science of color is at the intersection of biology, psychology and sociology, the art of color expands our expression, appreciation and understanding for the human experience. Based upon the popular class and best-selling book Color Management & Quality Output by MPS Digital Photography Associate Chair, Tom Ashe, this exhibit features contemporary photography created by department staff, faculty and alumni with technical yet approachable information to engage and educate the viewers.MPS Digital Photography is participating in Photoville, the annual photography show housed in shipping containers located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, with a 40-foot container dedicated to the theme of color that the staff has broken down into ten discrete topics for which alumni, faculty and staff were asked to create images or videos."The Color Of…" is an aesthetic, technical and historical exploration of how color capture, enhancement, interpretation and reproduction is influenced by culture, society and technological developments. While the science of color is at the intersection of biology, psychology and sociology, the art of color expands our expression, appreciation and understanding for the human experience. Based upon the popular class and best-selling book Color Management & Quality Output by MPS Digital Photography Associate Chair, Tom Ashe, this exhibit features contemporary photography created by department staff, faculty and alumni with technical yet approachable information to engage and educate the viewers.Featuring work by program alumni: Bina Altera, Angelique Ambrosio, Boyz Bieber, Daniel Bolliger, Elizabeth Harnarine, Peter Killeen, Won Kim, Alice Kivlon, Joy Li, Kent Meister, Anna Ogier-Bloomer, Ange Ong, Tim Smith, Hsin Wang, Ping Wang and Nichole Washington. Curated by Department Chair Katrin Eismann, Associate Chair Tom Ashe and studio manager and Marko Kovacevic (MFA 2016 Photography, Video and Related Media; BFA 2011 Photography), all of whom also have work on view.Photoville is open from Thursday, September 13, through Sunday, September 16, and Thursday, September 20, through Sunday, September 23. It will be closed from Monday, September 17, through Wednesday, September 19. See the daily hours here.Photoville is located in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, on the corners of Water Street and New Dock Street. It is directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO and is bordered by Jane’s Carousel and St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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Photoville: "The Color Of..." School of Visual Arts - SVA Main address: School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states MPS Digital Photography is participating in Photoville, the annual photography show housed in shipping containers located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, with a 40-foot container dedicated to the theme of color that the staff has broken down into ten discrete topics for which alumni, faculty and staff were asked to create images or videos."The Color Of…" is an aesthetic, technical and historical exploration of how color capture, enhancement, interpretation and reproduction is influenced by culture, society and technological developments. While the science of color is at the intersection of biology, psychology and sociology, the art of color expands our expression, appreciation and understanding for the human experience. Based upon the popular class and best-selling book Color Management & Quality Output by MPS Digital Photography Associate Chair, Tom Ashe, this exhibit features contemporary photography created by department staff, faculty and alumni with technical yet approachable information to engage and educate the viewers.MPS Digital Photography is participating in Photoville, the annual photography show housed in shipping containers located in DUMBO’s Brooklyn Bridge Park, with a 40-foot container dedicated to the theme of color that the staff has broken down into ten discrete topics for which alumni, faculty and staff were asked to create images or videos."The Color Of…" is an aesthetic, technical and historical exploration of how color capture, enhancement, interpretation and reproduction is influenced by culture, society and technological developments. While the science of color is at the intersection of biology, psychology and sociology, the art of color expands our expression, appreciation and understanding for the human experience. Based upon the popular class and best-selling book Color Management & Quality Output by MPS Digital Photography Associate Chair, Tom Ashe, this exhibit features contemporary photography created by department staff, faculty and alumni with technical yet approachable information to engage and educate the viewers.Featuring work by program alumni: Bina Altera, Angelique Ambrosio, Boyz Bieber, Daniel Bolliger, Elizabeth Harnarine, Peter Killeen, Won Kim, Alice Kivlon, Joy Li, Kent Meister, Anna Ogier-Bloomer, Ange Ong, Tim Smith, Hsin Wang, Ping Wang and Nichole Washington. Curated by Department Chair Katrin Eismann, Associate Chair Tom Ashe and studio manager and Marko Kovacevic (MFA 2016 Photography, Video and Related Media; BFA 2011 Photography), all of whom also have work on view.Photoville is open from Thursday, September 13, through Sunday, September 16, and Thursday, September 20, through Sunday, September 23. It will be closed from Monday, September 17, through Wednesday, September 19. See the daily hours here.Photoville is located in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, on the corners of Water Street and New Dock Street. It is directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge in DUMBO and is bordered by Jane’s Carousel and St. Ann’s Warehouse. Book tickets