IMPRINTS: An Exhibition
Imprints is a curatorial exhibition of colorized black-and-white photography from the civil rights movement along side commentary on how the presentation of photograph has a stark effect on how we perceive time. Photography from the civil rights movement was often edited to be black and white, leading the viewer to believe these events happened further back in time. With a new colorized view of historic work, the audience can view how past and present movements correlate. For additional information on research for this exhibition please view the process book citations.