“The theme of Houdini’s Box is all-encompassing,” explains Jymi Bolden, the Art Beyond Boundaries' gallery director. Bolden put the exhibition together to showcase a diverse range of photographers working with film and digital techniques. Bolden calls the exhibit Houdini’s Box, he says, because photography is a magic act. It freezes a moment in time forever and even captures the soul right out of the body. “For the photographers themselves, it is the magic of seeing the image appear in a dish of photography,” he says.
Ted Foldy exhibits a series of black-and-white photos shot during a trip to Newfoundland, Canada.
There's also work from artists Phillip Andringa, David C. Callahan, Larry Cocklin, Kira Kayes, Paul Miles and Matt Mitchell. Monday-Saturday through Nov. 14.
Read Selena Reder's review here.