Pinhole photography is about capturing light in a vessel with an opening made by the prick of a needle. One never quite knows what will be revealed, and that is what is fascinating, mesmerizing and intriguing about pinhole images.
Established in 2009, PAC is a collective of artists interested in exploring the artistic medium of pinhole photography. In regular gatherings, the collective engages in both constructive criticism and artistic creation. Growing out of the spirit of Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day and a DIY artistic philosophy, they are hands-on, resourceful, and playful. They use analogue and digital processes and are, from time to time, nomadic with their pinhole practices.
PAC is Marian Bulter, Sandra Campbell, Sarah Crawley, William Eakin, Lori Fontaine, Jacquelyn Hebert, Beth Johnson, Jen Loewen, Merrell-Ann Phare, Natasha Peterson, Bonnie Tulloch.
Exhibition opens August 03, 2010
Salon Night, Roundtable discussion and Closing Reception: August 26, 2010 @ 7 pm
“who wants to try?” Community Event, August 12. 2010, 4-8 pm