State of exception installation from site lab 2014.

 

State of Exception is a collaboration between richard barnes, amanda krugliak, and jason de leon, currently on view at Parson's School of Design in New York City through april 17, 2017.

 

ARTIST RICHARD BARNES WAS A PAULA AND EDWIN SIDMAN FELLOW IN THE ARTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN IN THE FALL OF 2009. HIS VISIT TO THE UNIVERSITY INCLUDED TWO SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND A PENNY W. STAMPS LECTURE AT THE SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN.

 

 

PBS ARIZONA talks with artist/curator Amanda Krugliak and photographer Richard Barnes about their project, State of Exception

 

 

(NBC NEWS/"ROCK CENTER WITH BRIAN WILLIAMS") THE CIVIL WAR WAS THE FIRST WAR TO HAVE DEAD SOLDIERS PHOTOGRAPHED BEFORE THEY WERE BURIED – MOST NOTABLY BY MATHEW BRADY AND ALEXANDER GARDNER – TWO PIONEERS OF PHOTOJOURNALISM. DRAWING ON THOSE PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR INSPIRATION, RICHARD BARNES GOES TO DIFFERENT CIVIL WAR REENACTMENTS AND SHOOTS THE BATTLES USING THE SAME LABORIOUS TECHNIQUES BRADY AND GARDNER USED: WET PLATE PHOTOGRAPHY. 

Brought to you by U-M School of Art & Design. Thursday, September 17, 2009 Lecture by acclaimed photographer Richard Barnes. Photographer Richard Barnes discusses his ongoing project Animal Logic examining how our relationship to the natural world is reflected in natural history collections.