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    After the first two issues of Instant Magazine, we had an opportunity to curate an art exhibit that would coincide with the display of the first … Read More
    After the first two issues of Instant Magazine, we had an opportunity to curate an art exhibit that would coincide with the display of the first camera-phone, developed by Philippe Kahn. What we came up with was a user-submitted photo show about work in Santa Cruz called Life@Work. Read Less
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Instant Magazine had an opportunity to curate an art exhibit that would coincide with the museum display of the first camera-phone, developed by Philippe Kahn. What we came up with was a user-submitted photo show about work in Santa Cruz titled Life@Work.
 
Each participant submitted their camera-phone photo through a website, and these were curated, printed and displayed at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History from March 30 – July 7, 2013.
 
After all of the strategic meetings involved, dealing with the logistics of user submissions and permissions, and promoting the event, it was a relief to finally be taking an Exacto-knife to gator-board and see the final piece mounted for the show.