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Flash: Job Piston
California Museum of Photography
University of California, Riverside
November 9 - February 22, 2014

Reds, 2012–13, is a series of photograms made by pressing light-sensitive darkroom paper to the surface of a glowing laptop screen, then, dipping the pixels into a chemical bath. This process produces intimate yet provocative red portraits, each one unique, which hover in a state both analog and digital.

Catalog Essay by Joanna Szupinska-Myers


KCET Artbound, Fossilizing the Ephemeral Interview with Job Piston
Gizmodo on Gawker by Jordan Kushins
Seeing Red by Ashley Bennett