Artist Sol Hill is taking part in a group show Photography Expanded: Distinct Approaches at The California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Hill creates experimental photographic images that explore how the literal can reveal unacknowledged realities, and encompass beautiful and provocative pictures in two of his recent series, Token Feminine and Sublime Noise. Both series display Hill’s involvement with digital noise – extraneous energy in the form of electrical current, heat, or cosmic rays that can affect the image.
This group exhibition, titled Photography Expanded: Distinct Approaches, surveys photography and includes several different takes on the medium. Ranging from feminist to chromogenic photograms to digital collages. This exhibition will also honor the late Major Morris, a local photojournalist whose lens captured several decades of American history and culture.
Hill was recently included in “Currents in Photography” at the Walter Wickiser Gallery in New York City where his work garnered extensive media attention. Details for this group show are below.
Photography Expanded: Distinct Approaches
California Center for the Arts
September 30 – November 12,
Gallery Hours: TH– SAT 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
SUN 1 – 5 p.m., Closed M – W