Have you captured images that show the spaces and things that outfit our personal or private lives? Vermont Photo Space Gallery wants to see these images for an upcoming exhibition titled “Human Artifact.” From backyard junkyards to attic hideouts and basement retreats, we mark our territories with the stuff, the evidence, of our lives. The subject matter is a collision of cultural anthropology, pop culture, domesticity, documentary, realism and sentimentality. Look to contemporaries like Roger Ballen, Eugene Richards, and our Juror, Dave Jordano for inspiration.
Juror Dave Jordano received a BFA in Photography from the College of Creative Studies in 1974 and has been working as a professional commercial Photographer from his studio in Chicago, IL ever since. It is his fine art and documentary imagery that will compel you to submit your work for jury into “Human Artifact.” Jordano has been recording cultural and societal identities extensively, including an ongoing investment into the series “Prairieland” which focuses on rural Illinois. We are proud to offer his experience and insight as your Juror for “Human Artifact.”
Vermont Photo Space Gallery provides free matting and framing of accepted entries for the duration of each of our exhibition, subject to standard sizes. Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs. This makes it very easy and inexpensive to get your work on display.