An image by PACC member Nadine Levin has been selected for inclusion in the we like small things v.4 exhibition at Filter Photo’s Filter Place gallery in Chicago.
This exhibition comprises unframed photographic work that is at most 10” x 10” and that will be pinned on the walls to create a studio-like environment. Filter Photo solicited works in progress, one-offs, inkjet prints, silver gelatin, alternative processes, camera-less – all types of 2D photo-based work. Oriana Koren was the judge. Ms. Koren is a photo-ethnographer/writer/researcher based in Los Angeles; her website is https://orianakoren.com/.
Nadine’s black & white image, Sands of Time, is part of a conceptual photography series about “showing” time. She says: I see sand as flowing. In this image, the hands are like an hour glass.
Sands of Time was the Ann McKenzie Award winner in the PACC 2016 Annual Competition. The judges were Lois Shouse and Ron Herman.
The opening reception for we like small things v.4 and another exhibition, Collaborating with the Archive, will take place on September 24 during the 2021 Filter Photo Festival. Please see the website (link below) for more information.
Filter Photo is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to serve and support the photographic communities of Chicago and the Midwest, and to highlight Chicago as a vital center of the national photographic community. In 2015, Filter Photo opened Filter Space, a permanent gallery and project space, in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood.