San Francisco

Open Show SF #84 Visual Omnivores

May 25th, 2017

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM

SF Camerawork

1011 Market Street #2, San Francisco, CA 94105


Buy Tickets  $10-15


After a brief hiatus, we’re beyond thrilled to announce the first Open Show of 2017! Guest-curated by our friends at ViewFind, see and hear stories from tracing family roots to mystical images of superfund sites in Silicon Valley by local photographers.

From reportage and documentary to fine art and everything in between, this show is made for people who like to be surprised and forage widely for inspiring images.

STORIES & PRESENTERS
Refugee Roots - Wesaam Al-badry
In Plain Site - Federica Armstrong
Disconnected - Nicolo Sertorio
Living Room - Adrian Octavius Walker
Bob The Drag Queen - Brian Emerick

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS
Open Show holds social screenings worldwide where the public can be inspired, experience compelling visual stories and interact directly with their creators.
Share your work: http://www.openshow.org/en/submissions

ViewFind is a highly immersive visual news platform for newsreaders to experience news like never before, blending your community contributions with their editorial expertise to offer something truly revolutionary: multi-perspective visual news.
http://viewfind.com

ABOUT OUR VENUE HOST
Founded in 1974, SF Camerawork's mission is to encourage and support emerging artists to explore new directions and ideas in the photographic arts.
http://www.sfcamerawork.org

PRESENTERS


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Bob The Drag Queen Talks Sex

Brian Emerick

Bob the Drag Queen explains her thoughts on what makes good sex. The answer is simpler than you may think.


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It Smells Like Sweet Apples

Wesaam Al-Badry

Mustard gas smells like sweet apples. Refugees don’t talk about our past. This work is in search of words for what people don’t talk about.


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Living Room

Adrian Walker

This exhibition is my physical representation of the things that have made me the man I am today and also the things that allow me to reflect on black families and the beautiful dynamic of our “Living Room”.


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In Plain Site

Federica Armstrong

Superfunds, plumes and the vestige of Silicon Valley manufacturing era.


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Disconnected

Nicolo Sertorio

This series is based on the idea that the current sense of disenfranchisement derives from the fundamental disconnect we have from the natural world and the social isolation that comes with it.


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