Fox Fridays: Exhibition Installation Photography and Interior Photography
This workshop will go through the process of making photographs of interior spaces - especially exhibition install shots. Participants will use their own cameras (Ideally DSLR or Mirrorless) to produce high quality images. Art documentation is integral to one’s practice, and this workshop will prepare participants for everything from image capture, to basic photoshop edits. Students will create 1-3 interior photographs.
Drew Nikonowicz (born in St. Louis Missouri, 1993) earned a BFA degree from the University of Missouri - Columbia in 2016. His work employs analog photographic processes as well as computer simulations to deal with exploration and experience in contemporary culture. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally. In 2015 he received the Aperture Portfolio Prize and the Lenscratch Student Prize. In 2017 Nikonowicz completed a one-year residency at Fabrica Research Centre. His first photobook, This World and Others Like It, was co-published by Yoffy Press and FW:Books in 2019. It was awarded Jurors’ Special Mention at the 2019 Paris Photo/Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards. He now lives in the United States in Saint Louis, Missouri. He works there as an artist and is the Photography Technician at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University.
Cross-disciplinary Connections Anyone entering a creative field benefits from understanding how to properly document a space or piece of art installed. These techniques are an integral component to anyone’s creative practice.
Max number of students is 6.