*Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been canceled.
Since its inception photography has been employed as a tool to archive and catalogue. In this presentation I will introduce a series of artists who utilize a wide range of methodologies and approaches when presenting (re-presenting) the structure of the archive from various forms of typologies or historical documents, to the construction of fictional/imagined narratives, to appropriation and even through digital manipulation. Many of the artists we will be looking at have used the framework and form of the archive as a subject to re-examine and re-imagine history, memory and identity. Some artists we will discuss include: August Sander, Thomas Hirschhorn, Isaac Julien, The Bechers, Zoe Leonard, Joachim Schmid, Carrie Mae Weems, Christian Boltanski, Debbie Grossman, Mark Dion, and Stan Douglas.
JAMIE DIAMOND is a photo-based artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Diamond is a recipient of the Artist-in-Residence program at Mass Moca, Bronx Museum, Mana Contemporary, and the LMCC Work Space and Swing Space residencies. Diamond received a NYFA Fellowship Award in Photography and Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship Award. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally, some of which include, Fondazione Prada at Osservatorio (Milan), Galerie Frank Pages (Geneva), AJL Art (Berlin), Mass MoCA (North Adams), The Bronx Museum (New York) and Catherine Edelman (Chicago).