Monday, May 17, 2010

It's Not Just Black and White: Photographing the Built Environment

May 4–September 7, 2010

Raymond Lifchez and Judith Lee Stronach Exhibition Cases

Volkmann Reading Room, Environmental Design Library

210 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley

There are many ways to approach the use of photography in environmental design. It’s Not Just Black and White: Photographing the Built Environment uses four themes that serve the acts of viewing, creating, and studying the built environment: documentation, presentation, remembering, and practice. Drawing on the collections of the Environmental Design Archives, the Environmental Design Library, the CED Visual Resources Center, and private collections, the exhibit stimulates thinking about photographic representation of the built environment and how this representation influences our design, writing, and research activity.

The exhibition is curated by Jason Miller, Librarian, CED Visual Resources Center.

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1 comment:

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