Developing Digital

Greg Snow, Paul Sergeant, Stuart Sakai


As a major technological advance in the last century, the shift towards a digital culture has had many significant effects on society and culture. This exhibition aims to speak to cultural change by confronting relationships between analog and digital ideologies - between the old and the new. Identifying with this charge, artists Paul Sergeant, Greg Snow and Stuart Sakai explore the landscape of photographic history, forcing its setting onto a contemporary context.

Paul Sergeant utilizes ambrotype processes to reexamine the cultural significance of portraiture; Greg Snow revisits the stereograph, using anaglyths to document the coming end of the film projector; and Stuart Sakai examines contemporary notions of romance using technical and narrative aspects of cinema and the comic strip.

Curated by Stuart Sakai