Deborah Hosking will speak on

"Pictures and Motion"

Digital Imagers Meeting

Sunday Dec. 2, 2012 at 1:15, Pitt Scaife Hall, Room 1102


If neither the camera nor the subject of a video moves, can it be considered to be a still? Deborah Hosking examines the intersection of photography and video in the age of the DSLR motion picture.


Initially a painter, Deborah now works primarily in digital photography and video. Her work represents an effort to let reality speak for itself. A selected or simplified reality, but never a fictionalized one. It is representational imagery regardless of the mode of expression. She has lived worked and exhibited works on paper and digital work including montages, photography and video in New York, Hong Kong, Paris , Los Angeles, and Pittsburgh having graduated from Carnegie Mellon University. She holds the BFA from CMU in Painting, and an MFA in Film and Digital Media from Chatham University.