I have been developing some new techniques with multiple exposures as a way to enliven architectural images, especially those of relatively well-known places. A successful effort of that approach was “Stata Vibes” from a recent shoot at the Stata Center, also known as Building 32, designed by Frank Gehry and a signature piece at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Despite the cool deconstructivist architecture with all the weird angles and mirrors, the Stata Center is extremely well documented by photographers of all stripes. While in the neighborhood one evening, I planned a way to how I could “take apart” the building through multiple exposures to give it a sense of motion.
I am honored to have “Stata Vibes” included in the Cambridge Art Association’s 2021 National Prize Show. Of 366 entries from across the United States, juror Alice Gray Stites, Museum Director and Chief Curator, 21c Museums, selected 51 artists working in a variety of mediums. The exhibition will be presented June 4-25, 2021 at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery & online with a zoom reception on May 13, 6:30.
“Stata Vibes” is available as a print, wall art, digital download or for licensing. Please visit this page for options and pricing.