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This combined exhibition and colloquium led by Visual Arts graduate researcher Joshua Tonies is part of the IDEAS series of performances and artistic events. The event opens at 5:00pm with a public demonstration of a massive panoramic collage, developed by Joshua Tonies based on his personal archive of international currency. The image will be exhibited using the Calit2 vRoom, a massive display wall, used for visualization of research. Visitors are welcome to interact and navigate the massive gigapixel image. Starting at 6:00pm, Josh Tonies will lead a discussion of the changing role of the image and its emerging motility. He will present his research on the development of the panorama as a set of interrogations towards the contemporary status of drawing, the increasing agency of the image and its invisible technologies. The presentation will open up into an informal conversation with the invited panellists, Eun Jung Park and Alexander Jarman.
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Joshua Tonies, managing director of Experimental Drawing Studio, works with the archive, often employing appropriated imagery into animations and works on paper, which organize into temporary ecological studies. Eun Jung Park is an art historian, independent curator, and educator. She recently curated an exhibition for the Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles for the 20th anniversary of the 1992 riots. Alexander Jarman is Public Programs Manager at San Diego Museum of Art, Independent Curator, and Artist.
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