All posts tagged: experimental film

subtleorange: Mira Pusateri

Words and photos by Mira Pusateri. I’m Mira Pusateri. I’m 17 years-old and I’m a 3rd year phtotgraphy student at South Pasadena High School. I love all kinds of phtography, but I specialize in studio portraiture. I do photography purely for fun. I plan on studying Horticulture in college, but I’m definetly going to take a class in photography if I can. I love studio portraiture. I love how much control I have over the image. For me its not just about the model or backround, but the lighting and composition of the photo. I put a lot of thought into the lighting of my photos, and during a shoot I’m constntly moving and ajusting the lights for the shot. I have been shooting film and printing in the darkroom since sophmore year, and it has been my favorite medium. I love to do my own prints because it lets me to make the image exactly as I want it. My photography teacher Mike Hogan has taught me the basics of photography aswell as let me expand …

SEE IT SEEN IT GONE

SEE IT SEEN IT GONE is a program of films and installations by visual artists from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA). It took place on March 1, 2015 at Automata, an experimental arts center in Chinatown, Los Angeles. If you couldn’t make it, no worries; Tunnel’s got you covered. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT (A Words + Picture Tour): The Automata Gallery, March 1, 2015. In Chungking Court in Chinatown, LA. It’s just stopped raining. We walk down the court and almost miss the gallery, because it’s so dark out, but the plush installation in the show window cues us in. SEE IT, SEEN IT, GONE. STOREFRONT INSTALLATION: Cold salami slices are in a dish at the door. Further in, there is a basket of lollipops. People have begun to sit down on the scalloped seating levels, but we’re urged to go to the basement level to see the installation piece first. We go; the installation takes up the whole room. A coalition of mirrors and a lone foil balloon (deflating) …