Southeast Museum of Photography

Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Southeast Museum of Photography
 
Leah King-Smith, Nancy Goldring, Barbara Norfleet


November 10, 2012 - February 9, 2013
Friday, November 9, 5-7pm: Exhibition Opening

Atlantic Center for the Arts: Mark and Margery Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery 

 

  Selections from the Southeast Museum of Photography Collection

  November 10, 2012 - February 9, 2013

 

 

      Leah King-Smith       Leah King-Smith   

 

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER

 

Leah King-Smith

Patterns of Connections (1991) 

 

"This photo-composition series is essentially about renewing people's perceptions of Aboriginal (Koori) people. A guiding element behind this work comes from the contrasting cultures of my own ancestral backgrounds, having a black aboriginal mother and a white Australian father of British descent. By re-placing the Koories in my work, I am showing my concerns about how the original photographs, and those generally of indigenous peoples in the 19th century, are evidence of the cultural bias of the civilization which produced them, and in so being, generate an inaccurate version of the presence of Aboriginal people from this point of view." - Leah King Smith

 

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  Selections from the Southeast Museum of Photography Collection

  November 10, 2012 - February 9, 2013

  

 

        Nancy Goldring        Nancy Goldring  

 

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER 

 

Nancy Goldring

Isurumuniya (The Lovers)

 

"Each image suggests a different aspect of an ancient rock-cut temple in Sri Lanka; and together the series intends to evoke the site as studied, experienced, and finally remembered. The circular format, a kind of lens or peephole through which we glimpse the place, derives from early Buddhist motifs representing the endless cycle from which we strive to attain release. In its reliance on this model, the piece reflects the beliefs that guided the original design of the temple. Each photographic tondo contains a likeness of the temple fašade; and each offers a discrete description that co-exists with and amplifies the others. I have excavated Isurumuniya, searching for the fundamental meaning of the place, sifting through layers of information drawn from early documents and nineteenth travel photographs, and then re-set this trans-historical reconfiguration into its contemporary landscape, the way I saw it." - Nancy Goldring 

  

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  Selections from the Southeast Museum of Photography Collection

  November 10, 2012 - February 9, 2013

  

 

         Barbara Norfleet       Barbara Norfleet     

 

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER

 

Barbara Norfleet 

Insects (1991-1997)

 

"Photos of human workers engaged in meaningless toil would make a somewhat overdone point, but Norfleet's carefully posed insects and strange, barren landscapes pull us away from the familiar just enough to make us see things we might have missed. Her gorgeous and rare insects are so peculiar, so engagingly presented that they provoke brand-new reactions to such activities as capital punishment, domestication of other animals, and war. Insect society seems to have a lot in common with our own. Besides the thoughtful and clever poses, each photo affords a close look at some of the most amazing creatures you'll ever see. It's a wonderland of entomological ecstasy." - Therese Littleton

 

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ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

This is the second season of an exhibiting partnership between the Southeast Museum of Photography and the Atlantic Center for the Arts. The exhibition will open Friday, November 9 from 5-7pm in the Atlantic Center for the Arts' Mark and Margery Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery. The opening will be held in conjunction with the ACA's "notorious" Wham Bam Poetry Slam. Both events are free and open to the public.

 

Friday, November 9, 2012
5-7pm - Exhibition Opening at ACA's Mark and Margery Pabst Visitor Center & Gallery

7pm - ACA's Poetry Slam 

 

Atlantic Center for the Arts is a nonprofit, interdisciplinary artists' community and arts education facility dedicated to promoting artistic excellence by providing talented artists an opportunity to work and collaborate with some of the world's most distinguished contemporary artists in the fields of music composition, and the visual, literary, and performing arts. Community interaction is coordinated through on-site and outreach presentations, workshops and exhibitions.

 

LOCATION: The Atlantic Center for the Arts
Mark and MargeryPabst Visitor Center & Gallery

1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
Click HERE for map & directions

 

HOURS: Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 4pm, Saturday: 10am - 2pm, Sunday: closed

  

CONTACT: ACA - Atlantic Center for the Arts
program@atlanticcenterforthearts.org
or call: (386) 427-6975
 

Additional information is available by visiting the ACA's official website:

www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org

 


MUSEUM HOURS
OPEN - Tues, Thurs, Fri: 11-5 pm; Wed: 11-7 pm; Weekends: 1-5 pm
June, July and December Hours: Tues-Sun: 12-4 pm

CLOSED - Mondays and for the following dates:
December 17 - January 11, Daytona 500 Weekend, Daytona State College Spring Break, Easter Sunday, July 4, July 31 - August 17, Thanksgiving Weekend.


MUSEUM LOCATION
Unless noted otherwise, all museum exhibitions, events and films are presented at the Southeast Museum of Photography which is located on the Daytona Beach campus of Daytona State College at 1200 International Speedway Blvd, three miles east of 1-95. The museum is located in the Mori Hosseini Center (Bld. 1200). Visitor parking is available. Gallery Admission is free.
 
For detailed exhibition and program information visit www.smponline.org or call the museum information hotline at (386) 506-4475.

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1200 W. International Speedway Blvd.
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