2021 Mar. 10: Connie Imboden – 34 Years of Nudes, Water and Mirrors

This Wednesday’s Program with Connie Imboden on ’34 Years of Nudes, Water and Mirrors’ will not be streamed to Facebook due to Facebook’s rather blurry rules regarding nudity.

After speaking to Connie and Christine we feel it’s best to not to give Facebook content moderators anything to give us problems with and will instead host the stream on our own conference server. Please note that this is a temporary change and next week we’ll be back on Facebook for our Contest stream.

When joining, please keep your camera off. Please also keep your microphone off unless asking questions at the question/answer portion of the program. When you are done asking a question, please mute again. The toggle for your microphone is at the bottom of the screen. If you are unable to use the Microphone, use the chat window on the far bottom left to ask questions.

When: Wednesday March 10th at 7pm EST
URL: https://meet.johnmilleker.com
Once there, in ‘Start a New Meeting’ type in: accprogram
Then hit GO

The server will be online at 6:30 for pre-show prep in case anyone would like to join early and test the software and their microphone.

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Join the Arundel Camera Club on 2021 March 10th at 7:00PM for a presentation by Connie Imboden.

Connie Imboden’s photographs are in the permanent collections of many museums including The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Baltimore Museum of Art, The National Museum of American Art, The Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Bibliotheque Nationales in Paris, France, the Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany and many other public and private collections throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

34 YEARS OF NUDES, WATER AND MIRRORS

 William Blake said, “The fool who persists in his (her) folly will become wise.” Since 1986 I have continuously, exclusively  and passionately pursued my “folly” of photographing the nude seen through the prisms of water or mirrors. These forms become refracted and distorted – at times, almost unintelligible, but they always maintain a connection to what they are – human. My journey has been both frustrating and euphoric. My presentation today will go into specific detail in terms of the technical, physical, psychological, and spiritual challenges I have encountered over these years, as well as the exciting discoveries I have made along the way.  

You can find more information at Connie’s website https://connieimboden.com/

 

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