New York. Photo by Asher Intebi. Courtesy UTSOA Visual Resources Collection. “I found that the restrictiveness of the darkroom processes and the brutal honesty of shooting on black and white film reinvigorated my love of the image. I discovered that, despite the additional burdens associated with shooting on film, the analog process trains the eye to more sensitively filter the abundance of meaning and poiesis that exists in our world.” – Asher Intebi [BArch ‘17]
We talked to recent graduate Asher Intebi about his new photography exhibition, "Afterimage: Evocations Through Light(ness)," his experience using the Visual Resources Collection's darkroom, life after graduation, and more. Discover his exciting work and how he views the relationship between architecture and photography in a brief interview on our website. Link in bio!
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