World Is Stage, Photography Is Performance - All Exhibition Works from PCA&D at PIP Festival

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Sometimes, we are wondering how the world looks like in other people's eyes. Is it simple as one, two, three, or little bit complicated as Fibonacci series? However, while looking at the photos in previous article and these 24 pictures showing bellow, we know the answer is not that simple.

These 24 photos were captured by student, alumnae and faculty who come from the Photography Department at the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design (PCA&D), presenting their unique and characteristic scenarios at the 2018 PIP Festival with "All the World's a Stage" project. Their curator, Eric Weeks, and the project mainly focus on engaging and encouraging those artists' practice with strong commitments to the technological, historical and aesthetic aspects of the medium. Different view and experience make difference. The differences make different world on each one's stage.

Exhibition photo works showing as follows ↓:

▲ Photo by Adam Leitzel

▲ Photo by Alexandra Conn

▲ Photo by Alexandria Martin

▲ Photo by Ashley Moog

▲ Photo by Christine Welch

▲ Photo by Daniel Kraus

▲ Photo by David Johanson

▲ Photo by Eric Weeks

▲ Photo by Jezabeth Gonzalez

▲ Photo by Jose Collantes

▲ Photo by Julia Staples

▲ Photo by Julya Nichols

▲ Photo by Justin Carney

▲ Photo by Karim Gavins

▲ Photo by Kay Baier

▲ Photo by Larissa Ramey

▲ Photo by Osmyn Oree

▲ Photo by Pacifico Silano

▲ Photo by Paul Rider

▲ Photo by Shannon McCoy

▲ Photo by Steve Purdham

▲ Photo by Trayton Pinson

▲ Photo by Troy Holleman

▲ Photo by Victor Rivera




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