On Thursday, May 10th at 17:00, the photo exhibition „Sequences“ is opened at the University of Tartu Library. The exhibition grew out of the students’ works at the lecture series “Wild Aesthetics or How to Describe the Forest to Digital Hares” led by the photo artist and the University of Tartu Professor of Liberal Arts, Peeter Laurits.
The exhibition remains open until 22nd June 2018.
In the lobby of the university library conference centre, W. Struve 1, Tartu.
In the autumn semester, students had to make photo series consisting of five pictures that needed to be somehow connected with each other either by colour, form, composition or motif. During the spring semester, students' photos were re-used to create new photo sequences.
In composing the exhibition, Professor Peeter Laurits, who is the curator of the exhibition, was helped by Marja-Liisa Plats, Jaanus Siim and Ain Protsin – the students and free listeners of his lecture series.
In addition to the photo sequences at the exhibition, the selection of individual images on magnets is one part of the exhibition, from which the audience can create their own photo series and sequences.
The organisation of the exhibition is supported by the Cultural Endowment of Estonia. Centre for Arts is thankful to the University Libabry for good cooperation. Printing of the photos was done by Seri Design.