Art History

On Power, Pans & Panopticons

After peer review, “On Power, Pans & Panopticons” has been published by the International Panorama Conference (IPC). This paper was presented at the IPC Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA, on September 27, 2019. Abstract: Some might think it ironic that an artist who makes panoramic photographs and is concerned about the current circumstances of our […]

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Cultural Landscapes || Project Statement

I am fascinated by how people and landscapes interact. I agree with the views of art historian W.J.T. Mitchell, who argued, in his book Landscape and Power (1994), that the human constructs of space/place/landscape are a unified problem that requires study and exploration. Landscape is a big subject. Many different disciplines examine it and think

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Artist’s Talk || The Panorama and Vernacular Cultural Landscapes

The talk I presented to the 26th Conference Of The International Panorama Council (IPC) at the Queens Museum on Sunday October 1, 2017 was re-worked and accepted as a peer reviewed paper for their journal. It is available with the link below: download the paper.

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Artist’s Talk || The Stranger’s Path

On April 29, 2017 in association with the Soho Arts Network and the Soho Photo Gallery, I presented an artist’s talk about “The Stranger’s Path”. The following was written in preparation for that talk. It is not a very polished bit of writing, but this provided me with all of the notes need to make

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