Those who entered the Feldman Center lobby (“C” Building) in the early weeks of December found themselves visually stimulated and inspired. The exhibition Infinite Scroll, featuring work by fifth-semester Photography BFA students, asserts that new technology expands the commonality of photography but hinders the ability of a single image to make an impact.
“As viewers, the infinite scroll is the new path which we follow in our daily lives online,” write Photography Department faculty members Sean Fader and Allison Wade in the exhibition statement. The term “infinite scroll” is used by web developers to describe a web page that continues to reveal more content as the user scrolls down a seemingly bottomless page. “Rarely do images make us stop and force us to pause for a moment. The images in this show are the ones that do just that.”
Venture to the exhibition’s website, fitbfaphoto.com/infinitescroll, to see more work by FIT Photography students.