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Join us for an artist talk with Nate Larson on February 14 at 4:00 pm

February 2, 2014

The Pennsylvania College of Art & Design photography department will be welcoming contemporary artist, Nate Larson, to college on Friday, February 14 for an artist lecture at 4:00 pm in our atrium.

Larson works with photographic media, artists books, as well as digital video and has been featured in a number of publications including Wired Magazine, Gizmodo, the New York Times and the Washington Post.

In an ongoing project titled "Geolocation" and working in collaboration with photographer Marni Shindelman; Larson and Shindelman track GPS coordinates associated with Twitter tweets and pairs the text with the photograph of the originating site to mark the virtual information in the real world. Recently, site specific work was completed for Third Space Gallery in New Brunswick, the Walter N. Marks Center for the Arts in California, and the Format International Photography Festival in the UK. Learn more about the Geolocation project and Larson's other visual explorations by visiting his website and by joining PCA&D on Friday for his artist talk.

As always, this lecture is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!

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