On the 6th of July, 2013, Cameron H. Rowland, artist-in-residency at Bucharest in the program supported by Art in General, New York and PAVILION, Bucharest, held an artist talk called “Evaluation”.
Through viewing, individuals both participate in and form their social reality. The predominant notion that this is a passive position precludes the possibility of more intentional modes of recognition. I do not intend to collapse the distinction between worker and viewer, but rather assert the essential role of the viewer in defining contemporary experience. Cameron Rowland will discuss image, viewership, and recognition regarding his recent work.
Cameron H. Rowland received a Bachelor degree from Wesleyan University. He is currently an artist-in-residency in the program supported by Art In General, New York and PAVILION, Bucharest. He has recently had solo exhibitions at Wilfred Yang in Los Angeles, California and Appendix Space in Portland, Oregon; and and has participated in group exhibitions at Galerie der HFBK in Hamburg, Germany and Weingrüll in Karlsruhe, Germany. He is a co-editor of The New Document book series. Rowland lives and works in New York.
Photo: Bianca Soare
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