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A comparison of works by Allan McCollum and Carel Balth and an investigation of the meaning of still photos made from moving images.
Presented at the Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, January 13, 2012 in conjunction with the exhibition “Videowatercolors: Carel Balth Among His Contemporaries,” curated by Professor Marek Wieczorek
With thanks to Professor Wieczorek and the staff of the Henry Art Gallery.
Posted on February 21st, 2012