Artist Marian Roth will talk about her work and her experiences converting a wide variety of spaces into cameras. Come early to experience the walk-in camera Roth is setting up in a small gallery in the Griffin!
Immediately following the artist's talk there will be an opening reception for the camera obscura and the Griffin's exhibit of Roth's work. This will be a great opportunity to ask the artist questions, and to experience the camera obscura first-hand!
These events are free but RSVP is required to reserve a space.
MARIAN ROTH has been constructing pinhole cameras and creating pinhole imagery for over twenty years. She received a Guggenheim Fellowship in Photography in 2000, and a Pollock-Krasner in Photography this year. She recently converted the concession stand at Herring Cove Beach into a camera obscura during the Ten Days Of Art Festival at the National Seashore. Recent projects include conversion of an ice fishing tent, a traveling Jeep Wrangler, and a geodesic dome. She is represented by AMP Gallery in Provincetown.