Unseen: Photography Beyond the Visible

Non-visible wavelength photography is magical, mysterious, dramatic, and challenging. Images can appear dreamlike, mystical, and surreal — at once both familiar and foreign. Providence Center …

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Non-visible wavelength photography is magical, mysterious, dramatic, and challenging. Images can appear dreamlike, mystical, and surreal — at once both familiar and foreign.

Providence Center for Photographic Arts presents, Unseen: Photography Beyond the Visible a jurored exhibit of works by the artists who have found creative expression within non-visible wavelengths. Artists who utilize infrared, IR filters, false color, ultraviolet, multi-spectral, and thermographic technology — in digital, film, and post-processes. We want to introduce our audience to another means of creative expression where technique is secondary in making selections. Unseen embraces photo-media artists, experimenters, and those who dare to stretch artistic boundaries into a truly different kind of light.

Jurored by Peter Miller & Laurie Klein

Opening Reception: April 20 from 5:00 to 9:00pm

Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday, 1pm-4pm