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In his book, Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analog Age, Robert Burley documents the infrastructure that for nearly 100 years supported film photography. Robert was granted access to shuddered film factories to photograph the massive machines and interior spaces where thousands of workers once made film in total darkness. He visited Dwanye's photo lab in Kansas: the last photo lab in the world to process Kodak's iconic Kodachrome film. And, for the most dramatic pictures in the book, Robert photographed the demolitions of film manufacturing buildings at Kodak's headquarters in Rochester New York.
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Jenny Vogel is a new media artist working in video, photography, printmaking, performance and installation. She's interested in the world as seen through communication technology --- web cameras, morse code, fax machines --- and the way we use these tools to overcome distance, alienation and loneliness. Her work exposes the glitches and limitations of technology and reveals the strange miscommunications it can produce. Jenny is especially interested in the video feeds from web cameras that are placed in city centers and homes around the world. These cameras broadcast ghostly pictures of places that seem to be devoid of human activity, and Jenny uses images from these broadcasts to construct her own narratives in her videos and prints.
Implosions of buildings 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York [#1] October 6, 2007 In his new book, Disappearance of Darkness: Photography at the End of the Analog Age, photographer Robert Burley documents the industrial-scale infrastructure that, for nearly 100 years, supported film photography. For the project, Robert was granted access to shuddered film factories to photograph the massive machines and interior spaces where thousands of workers once made film in total darkness.  He visited Dwayne's photo lab in Kansas: the last photo lab in the world to process Kodak's iconic Kodachrome film. And, for the most dramatic pictures in the book, Robert photographed the demolitions of film manufacturing buildings at Kodak's headquarters in Rochester, New York. For Robert, Disappearance of Darkness is not simply a project about the collapse of an industry. It's also a personal project about loss: the loss of the medium he has used to make a living for most of his life. For this reason, Robert decided to shoot all the pictures for his book on film, using a large format view camera. Last week, I spoke with Robert Burley about his new book, teaching photography to digital natives, and how digital images have changed our relationship to photography. Robert Burley will be speaking about Disappearance of Darkness this Wednesday, April 3rd, at the New York Public Library. Implosions of Buildings 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York [#2], 2007  Dwayne's Photo Lab, Parsons, Kansas December 30, 2010 View of Kodak Head Offices From the Smith Street Bridge, Rochester, NY 2008 Film warehouse, AGFA-Gevaert, Mortsel, Belgium [#1], 2007  Film Coating Facility, Agfa-Gevaert, Mortsel Belgium, #1 2007 Playlist: 00:00 Thomas intro 02:18 Robert Burley: Disappearance of Darkness 07:00 Untitled - Andrew Bird 07:54 Robert Burley: Blowing up Film Factories 10:16 On Parade - Electrelane 12:37 Robert Burley: The Last Roll of Kodachrome 19:14 Cyanide Breath Mint - Beck 20:50 Robert Burley: Double Deja vu 25:12 Sunflower River Blues - John Fahey 26:21 Robert Burley: Post Photographic Age 30:04 New Walk - Liquid Liquid 30:54 Robert Burley: Dematerializing the Photograph 35:45 The Stakeout - Sun Araw 38:52 Finish

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