| Nov 27, 05:37 PM
On Saturday, December 3rd, from 5pm-6:30pm, artist Patrick Winfield will appear in person at The Impossible Project Space NYC to present a brief slideshow history of The Photogram. Then, using Impossible instant film material, he will demonstrate his own distinctive techniques to create photograms similar to the ones pictured here.
Attendees will be supplied with one pack of Impossible color film, a Polaroid 600 camera, flashlights, transparencies and colored gels. You’re welcome to bring your own photogram objects also! Each participant will get 10% off any store purchase the night of the class.
Don’t miss this very rare opportunity to be involved in an exclusive interactive class by one of the world’s leading instant artists!
WHEN: Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 – 5pm to 6:30pm
WHERE: Impossible Project Space NYC – 425 Broadway, 5th Floor
REGISTRATION: $95 RSVP/Questions: (212) 219-3254 or firstname.lastname@example.org
More Info About Patrick Winfield:
Patrick is a Brooklyn based artist whose work is about accidents and how these flaws become a form of perfection. “I may jam or manipulate the films to play up the surface, the tangibility of the film medium. I create a moment out of several various instances – a walking perspective controlled and pulled in by the structure of the grid, not an instant view, but a clustering of memories and visuals. Each photo is competing with the image as a whole, causing this movement of the eye as it takes in a single image then back to the whole.”
Patrick’s work has been featured in an array of arts and design magazines and blogs and you may have recently seen his work at Urban Outfitters – the result of a 2010 collaboration.
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