Online Artist Talk
Jim Kasson: Chronography, explained and amplified
Monday, May 11
Free for CPA members
Jim Kasson recently had (or maybe still has, since because of Covid-19, the work is still up) an exhibition at the Monterey Museum of Art titled Chronography. This retrospective exhibition concentrates on Jim’s efforts to incorporate the passage of time into still photographs. The artist will explain how his photography evolved over the 30 years that he pursued this thread while also showing numerous pictures that weren’t included in his show. Jim will also explain how he made them.
Jim Kasson is a retired electrical engineer and engineering manager who spent most of his career with Hewlett-Packard, Rolm, and IBM. While working as an IBM Fellow, he performed research on color management and developed algorithms for color image manipulation. A life-long photographer, he has been exhibiting photographs since the early ‘80s. Most of his earlier work is traditional silver-based black and white photography. For the last 25 years he has relied upon digital editing and printing processes, and for the last 15 years, on digital capture.
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