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Shadow Puppets: Traces of New Documentary Practices

Shadow Puppets:  Traces of New Documentary Practices Exhibition
Curated by Jill Frank and Stephanie Dowda
Jan 14 - Feb 8, 2013
Closing reception Feb 7th 7-9PM
(Reception is part of
First Thursday Downtown ArtsWalk) 

Welch School Galleries
Free and open to the public
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Shadow Puppets is an exhibition of photographic and video works that transgress traditional documentary practices in search of greater truths.

Artists include:
Daniel Bejar
Paul Chan
Debbie Grossman
Guillermo Gudiño
Sergei Isaenko
Lamia Joreige
Jason Lazarus 
Sanaz Mazinani
Michael David Murphy
Possible Press
Joel Sternfeld

Recent reviews of Shadow Puppets:  Traces of New Documentary Practices appeared in ArtsATL and BurnAway.  Click here to read the ArtsATL review and click here to read the BurnAway review. 


Traces of New Documentary Practices Panel Discussion
Feb 7, 2013 at 5:30PM
Free and open to the public
Kopleff Recital Hall (Building 1/click here for map)

Traces of New Documentary Practices panel discussion will address the intersection between art and document in recent lens based media works.

Panelists include:
James Elkins—E.C. Chadbourne Chair, Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Daniel Bejar—Exhibiting Artist, NYC
Cinque Hicks—Independent Art Critic
Susan Richmond –Assistant Professor of Art History, GSU

James Elkins' participation is co-sponsored by the
Welch School Visiting Artists and Scholars Program.



Visiting Artist Lecture with James Elkins
Feb 8, 2013 at 2:30PM
Free and open to the public
Troy Moore Library
General Classroom Building, 9th Floor (Building 12/
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James Elkins will present a public lecture entitled: Empathy, Affect, Obsession, Boredom: Elements of Current Theorizing on the Beholder as part of the Welch School of Art and Design Visiting Artists and Scholars Programs.   For more information about this lecture, please click here.


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