The series consists of male and female portraits representing each of the eight life stages presented in Erik Erikson’s theory of human psychological development. The process for the production of the work is an in-depth combination of contemporary digital tools and traditional photographic processes and techniques.
Date Posted: Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
Categories: The Arts
The photographs in the exhibition were made using a Polaroid 250 Land Camera and expired Polaroid Chocolate peel-apart film. The images suggest the ethereal qualities of landscapes in the early morning fog.
[Un]Remembering is about the process of selecting which experiences we choose to remember and those we choose to forget—in other words, the editing of memories. In this way, the act of forgetting takes on a more active role as we decide what to hold on to and what to let go; the memories we wish to keep intact and those we attempt to recreate.
This solo exhibition features photographs which range from landscapes of battlefields to the off-the-field action at a football game to scenic fields local to Bretzger’s home of Wilmington.
Date Posted: Wednesday, December 28th, 2011
Categories: Department of State
Over 2,000 images of Delaware life in the 1920s and 1930s are now only a couple of clicks away, thanks to an initiative by the Delaware Public Archives (DPA) to digitize its entire Board of Agriculture glass negative collection.
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