Art Talk Monday: Parallax at the Enterprise

This week’s Art Talk Monday is written by Frank Hamrick, Associate Professor and Photography Program Coordinator from Louisiana Tech University’s School of Art. While the opening reception has passed, the exhibition will be on display until May 17. Be sure to stop by and see the work.

Parallax: The 2013 BFA Photography Exhibition 

artwork by Martin Graham Meyers

artwork by Martin Graham Meyers

Parallax can be defined as an apparent change in the position of an object, caused by a change in point of view. Photography is a powerful tool for individuals to express their perspectives on the issues affecting them. There is rarely one way to solve a problem or address a subject. The photography students here at Louisiana Tech University’s School of Art spend their final year producing a single body of personal work. It is exciting to see the various paths these artists take to express their points of view when given the freedom to choose their own projects.

 

Parallax showcases ten photo-based artists who make images to address important issues such as: community, relationships, family and home. These photographers are sharing the wisdom they have learned from their experiences, as well as those before them. I look forward to seeing what these artists add upon the foundation they built during their time here in the School of Art.

Frank Hamrick, Associate Professor

Photography Program Coordinator

Louisiana Tech University School of Art

 

Parallax: The 2013 BFA Photography Exhibition

April 26th – May 17th

 

The Enterprise Center

509 West Alabama Ave

Ruston, LA 71270

 

 

Featuring:

artwork by Keri Keener

artwork by Keri Keener

Destiny Black

Yvette Brion

Jessica Bryan

Em J Cruz

Laura Guidry

Gary Guinigundo

Keri Keener

Martin Meyers

Rhyan Emery Taylor

Jess Van Alstyne

 

For more information call 318-257-3890 or e-mail dorene@latech.edu

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