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Untitled, Cyanotype , Mark Walton
Image taken on Union St. in Kitchener-Waterloo
The once unknown
An Online Juried Photography Exhibition
Juror: Mark Walton
Opening: Saturday, Sept. 26 at 6pm
Photographers were asked to submit work to the open call exploring new experiences to this fully online exhibition.
Open to interpretation and diversely explored, this exhibition features work that investigates a sense of newness in relation to objects, actions, locations and viewpoints. We welcome you to engage with this online exhibition featuring analog, digital and experimental processes in photography.
Linda Brine, Sepideh Dashti, Chad Durnford, Sara Fleiszig, John Hofstetter, Scott King, Samantha Robbs, Kate Short, Julian Speedie, Paul Studiman and Pira Urosevic
In-person Installation: Mark Walton's Untitled, Cyanotype
Catch a large-scale print of Mark Walton’s Untitled, cyanotype installed on Button Factory side door facing the Spur Line Trail Laneway between Regina and King.
Thank you to Uptown Waterloo Bia for supporting this installation with the Hand in Hand Grant.
about the juror:
Photographer Mark Walton is the editor of foto:RE|VIEW magazine, and founder of the foto:RE collective. He was a director and curator of FLASH | CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY HERE, a festival of photography held in Waterloo Region 2015-2017. He is the curator of The Stanley Rosenthall Collection of photography and the author of COMPLICITY, an autobiographical photographic exploration of the life of a reluctant colonialist. He has also written for PhotoED Magazine.
Living and working in Waterloo, Ontario, Mark’s first solo show of his work was held at The Button Factory. His latest project, The COVERT Collective, is a gathering of curators from across the country (and beyond), showcasing the work of fine artists of many disciplines.