A juried international photography exhibition
October 15 – November 4, 2015
We often have a strong preference for symmetrical forms and structures both in nature and in our built environment. We find symmetrical faces, bodies, objects and scenes beautiful, and many of our artefacts are designed to be symmetrical as well. Some of our likes and dislikes have biological roots, but much of our attitude towards symmetry and asymmetry is shaped along the lines of our culturally influenced aesthetic preferences and customs. As much as we are drawn to symmetrical structures, we also appreciate or even expect asymmetry in many contexts in visual communication in general, and in photography in particular. Symmetrical or asymmetrical compositions are often creative choices that contribute to the appreciation of the meaning photographic images.
Britta Egebjerg: Weather within myself No. 2
Viviana Carlos: Incisive No. 2
Hsien-Chih Chuang: Portrait
Meredith Mullins: Pas de Deux
Erika Szőke: In a Different Pose
Bruce Berkow (New York, NY, USA), Hendrik Braet (Ghent, Belgium), Viviana Carlos (Orange, CA, USA), Hsien-Chih Chuang (Taipei, Taiwan), Tudor Ciurescu (Bucharest, Romania), Britta Egebjerg (Vejle, Denmark), Kirsten Fenton (Toronto, Canada), Joanna Ference (Philadelphia, PA, USA), Birte Frey (Budapest, Hungary), Andrea Wikhammer Heir (Oslo, Norway), Carly M Hoopes (Berkeley, CA, USA), Meredith Mullins (Paris, France), Michiru Nakayama (Paris, France), Adrienn Németh (Brighton, UK), Di Novak (Zagreb, Croatia), Mikhail Porollo (Brussels, Belgium), Kathleen Rogers (Summit, NY, USA), Wil Scott (Annapolis, MD, USA) Erika Szőke (Velky Kyr, Slovakia), Tanya Sue Todd (Harrells, NC, USA), Fred van Veluw (Gouda, Netherlands)
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