Humanitas | Ryerson Third Year Photography Exhibition
Ryerson University presents Humanitas; Third Year Photography Exhibition this April.
This group exhibition explores the human condition from perspectives of identity, representation, individuality, and selfhood. For their fifteenth annual Third Year Exhibition, students in Ryerson’s Photography Studies option have curated a selection of images that investigate how we see others, and how we see ourselves. The expressive possibilities of the photographic medium are examined here in relation to all aspects of the human condition, resulting in a diverse range of original, engaging works that speak to ideas surrounding memory, relationship, and self-representation.
With some sixty participants, the exhibition presents an exciting range of interpretations of a singular idea, seen in forms as diverse as 3D prints and large colour photographs to hand manipulated images and projection.
Join us at the Opening Reception: Friday March 4th, 7-10 pm in the Gladstone’s 3rd floor Gallery.
images credit to:
Avery Steel, Untitled, Archival pigment 14×19 inches
Kelsey Danahy, Untitled, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, 12 x 18 inches
Kameron Payumo, His Legs, 2015, Archival Pigment Print, 24 x 33 inches