Jessica Kalmar will speak on
Digital Imagers Meeting
Sunday Sept. 1, 2019 at 1:15, Pitt Scaife Hall, Room 1101
I'll talk about recent projects. These include a collaborative project about communicating long distances via photographs only, a year-long personal photo project photographing my commute to work, and an ink and colored pencil project titled "Life Lines".
Fine art photographer Jessica Kalmar's evocative black and white imagery connect the viewer to otherwise forgotten details in a seemingly shared world. She is an analog photographer with a customized darkroom . Much of her work incorporates elements such as paint or embroidery, and is more partial to the less sophisticated camera/lenses. When all combined these help to articulate a message of wavering familiarity. Her work has been exhibited in the Mid-Atlantic and East Coast, and is found in public and private collections.