Exhibition | Afterimage: Evocations Through Light(ness)

Recent School of Architecture graduate Asher Intebi explored his interest in film photography while pursuing his Bachelor of Architecture, taking advantage of the School of Architecture's Darkroom managed by the Visual Resources Collection. This project "...stemmed from several factors: a rebellion against the limitless nature of digital photography, a desire to reconnect to an heirloom film camera, and an interest in exploring the various amenities of the School of Architecture," states Intebi. "Unexpectedly, my film camera grew to become one of the most profound influences on my architectural education at The University of Texas."

The photographs on display in this exhibition illustrate Intebi's interest in composing final prints that recapture the feeling of the initial shot, and, by so doing, demonstrate a spectrum of emotions. He encourages viewers to "...look through the collection with a focus on the depth of the print, weight of the lights and darks, and the candor of the subjects."

Tuesday, September 26 at 8:00am to 5:00pm

More dates through January 12, 2018

Sutton Hall (SUT), Visual Resources Collection, SUT 3.128
305 INNER CAMPUS DR , Austin, Texas 78705

Event Type

Academics, Arts & Humanities, Campus & Community, World & Culture

Departments

School of Architecture

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, General Public

Website

https://soa.utexas.edu/events/vrc-exh...

Cost

Free and open to the public.

Hashtag

#utsoa

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Osvaldo Jimenez

Osvaldo Jimenez left a positive review 8/28/2017

This gallery was really great, it had really good themes and well developed photographs. The first bit to read, written by the artist, was thought provoking and made me think about a few things differently. The photographs left me each with different experiences; from feeling awe, to thinking about society, to feeling like I was there, and to remembering a bitter sweet memory. By definition, I believe this was art, and I hope many more enjoy appreciate it as much as I did.