Date(s) - April 8, 2022 - July 9, 2022
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
In 2012, Bingham spent a week with a family in Africa town. While there, he began making connections and capturing pinhole images of the people and sites. The house he stayed in served as a make shift darkroom and film changing space for his cameras. He visited the fishing places, graveyards, archeologic sites, creeks and churches. Bingham will be working to engage with the community directly again, to document the rich history here through a series of photographs using cameras constructed from the discarded plantation lumber of the Klein Wallace house, a stop-motion animation film, and cast metal “communion vessel” sculpture
COVID-19 PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES:
To protect staff and patrons alike, Alabama Contemporary requires a mask and social distancing in the galleries. We’ve also amended our hours, are waiving admission, and placing limits on capacity. For more information on our COVID-19 opening policy go here. We encourage everyone to be safe and socially conscious as we all learn to move forward through this together.
OPENING RECEPTION: APRIL 8, 2022 @ 6PM