Story-telling is an important part of our cultural growth and behavior. The seven energetic images selected for this series were produced by a photogram process and tell stories that reflect the idea of journeys, passages, memories, and thresholds that define our lives.
“The photogram is a photographer’s theater. The process involves laying objects on light-sensitive paper, exposing the paper to light, and developing the paper through normal chemical processes. Rarely has the photogram been used to tell a story. These photograms are based upon the narrative format.”
About the Artist
PETER GOIN lives in Reno, Nevada. His artwork has been published in various books including “Black Rock” (University of Nevada Press) , co-authored with Paul F. Starrs and “Atomic Culture: How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” (University Press). He has exhibited his works internationally. Goin received a Master of Fine Arts in Photography from the University of Iowa and a Bachelor of Arts from Hamline University.
Locations: No longer on display