Faculty Photography On Display at The Root

Three unique photography collections, two of which were created by Ivy Tech Faculty members, will be on display at The Root in New Albany, IN as part of the 2021 Lousiville Photo Biennial. This group show will feature the works of photographers and Ivy Tech faculty members Melissa Plush and David Modica, along with photographer Bruce Cook.

Join us for the following receptions with the artists:

OPENING RECEPTION
October 1, 2021 
5:30pm–8:00pm
The Root
110 E. Market Street, New Albany, IN 47150
Free and open to the public

CLOSING RECEPTION (with coffee)
October 30, 2021 
9:00am–12:00pm
The Root
110 E. Market Street, New Albany, IN 47150
Free and open to the public


ABOUT THE SHOWS:

Fragile
Featuring David Modica

Website: davidmodica.com 
Instagram: @davidmodica_

David Modica is a commercial and fine art photographer living in New Albany, Indiana. He is an adjunct instructor in photography at Ivy Tech Community College in Sellersburg, Indiana.

Modica expresses his personal vision in black and white film and he prints in a traditional darkroom. He enjoys capturing places and buildings of historical significance as well as the urban landscape. David completed a one-year project documenting the beauty of the Bourbon Stock Yards in Louisville just prior to its demolition in 2000.

David’s personal work is exhibited throughout the region, held in private and corporate collections, and in the fine arts collection at the University of Louisville Photo Archives

Fotografias de Cuba
Featuring Bruce Cook

Instagram: @cookbruced

Bruce is an amateur photographer living in Louisville, KY. Bruce has been photographing in the traditional style of b&w and color in its digital form. Bruce has exhibited throughout the region and has holding in private collections. This show will feature personal work from a recent trip to Cuba.

Many The Miles
Featuring Melissa Plush

Website: melissaplush.myportfolio.com 
Facebook: @mplushphoto 
Instagram: @mplushphoto

I create traditional photographic works and digital collages. My collage work is created through digital imagery, film, textures, papers, found objects, and various materials combined into photoshop. Most of the imagery collected is from my daily photographs or film archives. I am interested in creating collages that allow me to imaginatively express my fears, dreams, desires, and views of the world. Typically my collages explore ideas such as identity, nature, chaos, serenity, and isolation. I enjoy collecting similar and dissimilar pieces then collaging them together to form a new reality or make a statement about the current reality in which we live. More recently, I have enjoyed exploring landscape and street photography. Capturing the simplicity of light and shadow in the environment helps me to slow down, be patient, and enjoy the beauty of the natural world. Photography is a way for me to connect with people and communicate my stories to my audience.


These events are free and open to the public. If you are unable to attend the opening or closing receptions with the artists, works can be viewed at The Root Monday-Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm. This exhibition will be on display September 27 – October 30, 2021.

Learn more about the 2021 Louisville Photo Biennial at louisvillephotobiennial.com.

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