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Books and Periodicals   In Conversation with Inês Bonduki
Wednesday, June 24, 6pm
VSW Project Space

Join us for a conversation with Inês Bonduki about her body of work Linha Vermelha (Red Line).

Inês Bonduki is a resident artist at Visual Studies Workshop where she has been researching the sequencing and visual structure of artists' books. Her photography work, Linha Vermelha (Red Line), explores corporeity of urban life, emphasizing experiences of intense oppression and expansion of daily life, like the nature of touch on a crowded metro opposed to the touch of Contact Improvisation dancers.

Bonduki is a Brazilian photographer and editor. She is currently a master’s student at the University of São Paulo's Visual Poetics Program in São Paulo, Brazil.

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Books and Periodicals  

Marion Faller: Flora and Fauna
May 1-June 30, 2015

This exhibition from the VSW archives features selections from three bodies of work by Marion Faller (1941-2014): Second Flora, Snapshot Anthologies, and the bookwork Resurrection of the Exquisite Corpse. An experimenter with materials and processes, Faller’s great subject is how we humans commemorate markers of time such as the seasons and holidays. Playful displays accompany the prints and book for gallery viewers to enact the kinds of juxtapositions Faller mastered in her work. Tal-Or Ben-Choreen, a recent graduate of the Ryerson University and George Eastman House Photographic Preservation and Collections Management program, contributes a biographical essay and commentary on the work in the exhibition. Free and open to the public during regular gallery hours of Tue-Fri 10a-4p.

Books and Periodicals


Alumni Series (1969 to Present)
The Educators
May 1-June 30, 2015
MFA Gallery

Virtually all of the 400 plus alumni of VSW’s MFA program have made contributions to photography, book, and moving image education. All of the alumni in this exhibition have made an impact on their respective communities through their work as teachers. The majority of works in this exhibition are drawn from the MFA thesis trace archives in our Research Center.
Free and open to the public during regular gallery hours of Tue-Fri 10a-4p.

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