‘Drive-in’ Picture Show; Local Photographers Think Big With Things We Project

Things We Project,” a show that features the work of six area photographers, is really as much a theatrical event as it is an exhibition. The images will not be matted, framed and hung on the walls at the Sprinkler Factory gallery, where the one-night show will take place Saturday. Instead, they will be presented on six 52-inch TVs and projected across a 9-foot-by-12-foot wall area, which the photographers affectionately call “the drive-in.”

There will be a series of shows-within-a-show with each photographer presenting about 10 photos that demonstrate a cohesive line of artistic inquiry. The photographers are Nicole Chan, Scott Erb, Dana Lane, Steve Stearns, Cynthia Woehrle and Jeff Haynes, who organized the show. The digital approach to the show, Haynes said, simply makes sense in an era of Facebook, smartphones and other advances that let us share photographs within seconds of taking them.

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Source: Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Nancy Sheenan
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