SEEC
is a photographic science-art project that investigates how light moves across a subject. This happens at the speed of light and within a few nanoseconds (1 nanosecond = 0.000000001 seconds). Light scattered from objects closer to the camera will be imaged earlier than those further away. Using modern technology we can literally watch light (photo-) in the process of writing (-graphy) an image.

 


NEWS

28 OCT, 2017 @ VISION+LIGHT – UC BERKELEY (US)

SEEC Photography will be presenting new videos at the Vision+Light festival. Light+Vision returns, featuring the convergence of art and science. Journey through ancient and modern worlds, from the nano to cosmic scale. Explore exhibits of microscopy, painting, video installations and sculpture, created by artists and scientists probing our world for deeper understanding. Vision + Light is presented in partnership with Science at Cal, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, and the Bay Area Science Festival.

SEEC Photography talk “Zoology – SEEC Photography at the speed of light” on Saturday October 28, 2017 from 6:30-7:15pm

Vision+Light
Li Ka Shing Center, UC Berkeley
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26 OCT –  11 NOV @ BAMPFA OUTDOOR SCREEN (US)

We are excited that SEEC Photography will be shown at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive’s outdoor screen. This will happen at 45 past the hour from October 26 to November 11.

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2155 Center Street Berkeley
BAMPFA website