Lynn Estomin brings Vietnam/Cambodia to Gallery425 in October

Opens Friday, October 7th, 2016 @ 6pm

Honoring the people, culture and landscape of Southeast Asia

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Lynn Estomin is a videographer, photographer and interactive media artist who creates art that speaks to social issues. As an artist dealing with political subjects, she is interested in human stories and what they tell us about society. Her latest installation project, Shame, includes the video Fashion To Die For, and website A Stitch In Time (www.lycoming.edu/textile), photographs and sculpture and draws on her own experience as a garment worker and organizer. This exhibit of b/w, color and hand-colored images honors the people, culture and landscape of Southeast Asia.

Estomin’s award-winning video documentaries have screened at film festivals internationally and broadcast nationally on PBS. Her web art won awards from Adobe Corporation, The Webby Awards, Canadian Web Association, Golden Globe Awards and Cool Site of the Day. Her photography has been exhibited nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions. Estomin’s work is part of 65 public and private collections. She has received grants and fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Art Matters Inc., Cincinnati Commission on the Arts, Kodak Corporation, Ilford Corporation, Sony Corporation, SIGGRAPH, the Luce Foundation and the Women’s Film Project.

Lynn Estomin is also currently a Professor of Art at Lycoming College in PA, where she teaches digital art and design.

 
Photos provided courtesy of Lynn Estomin (www.lynnestomin.com)

 

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