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Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Wednesday, October 2, from 7–8:45 PM, Atlanta Celebrates Photography presents Michael Stipe, speaking on his new photography book, Michael Stipe with Douglas Coupland: Our Interference Times, published by Damiani. Tickets available here.

Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Michael Stipe, American, born 1960, is an artist, producer and singer/songwriter. He fronted the band R.E.M. for 31 years, selling over 100 million records and touring the world. As film producer he made over 25 feature films, including Spike Jonze's Being John Malkovich and Todd Haynes' Velvet Goldmine. As music producer, he has worked with Vic Chesnutt, Fischerspooner and Flash To Bang Time, among others. For the past decade his personal focus has been cross-medium work, incorporating video, soundscape, sculpture and photographic and digital imagery. Recent books include Volume 1 with Jonathan Berger (2018) and Michael Stipe with Douglas Coupland: Our Interference Times (2019). He lives in New York City and Berlin.

“For half of his life, Michael Stipe has lived in a world between worlds, a constantly shifting moiré pattern. The past world is defined by the analog, the future world by digital. It was the advent of digital technologies and their integration into our daily lives some 30 years ago that hurled us headfirst into this tumultuous in-between state. Visually speaking, the present doesn’t know what it wants to be. Our current horizon and all that wanders there is dictated by both the past and the future, but there is no clear understanding of where the ‘right now’ stands. It is an epic, woozy mishmash, thrilling and unsettling. These states of being don’t communicate well— there’s no clear point where they mesh, and no agreed upon language exists to easily translate one into another—or to integrate them into a new system altogether.

The tug of war between pixels and halftone, between past memory and new memory, and their vagaries of representation, is an endlessly fascinating and technically challenging field. 'Our Interference Times: a visual record' is about that— its moiré patterns, its signal to noise, its interferences, its consonances and dissonances, its jittery disruptions, and the extreme present tense that we’re enveloped in. It is all changing before our eyes with or without our acceptance or agreement. How does one find agency within all of this? It's a confused and odd landscape that we are working to navigate. For Michael Stipe, we are moving closer to something that visually represents nature, perhaps even understands nature better. But the path to that appears to be the opposite, something man-made and destructive. Where will this lead us? The images included in this book serve as a road map to a place that, although right before us, still feels very far away.”

MICHAEL STIPE at ATLANTA CELEBRATES PHOTOGRAPHY
Wednesday, October 2: 7–8:45

SCADshow
173 14th St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography
Michael Stipe talk and book launch at Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Michael Stipe with Douglas Coupland: Our Interference Times

Michael Stipe with Douglas Coupland: Our Interference Times

DAMIANI
Hbk, 9.75 x 13 in. / 200 pgs / illustrated throughout.

$60.00  free shipping




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