Doug Fogelson: Forms & Records
I produced photograms by exposing scale-model architectural forms together with vintage 7" inch audio records (aka 45's). The forms were collected via student projects and the records chosen from specific artists of the late 1950’s and 1960’s. As shadow-record photograms are brief/latent moments where materials interacted, they can also articulate a new typology as created by selected materials. My color and black & white images were the final project to be made in the original darkroom of the New Bauhaus, which was in the basement of Mies Van der Rohe's Crown Hall at the Institute of Design/IIT campus, before the area got remodeled. DF
studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. His photographic works are included in collections at The J. Paul Getty Center, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Cleveland Clinic, and have been exhibited at the Chicago Cultural Center, Walker Art Center, Sasha Wolf Gallery, Linda Warren Projects, Marlborough Chelsea, and Museum Belvedere, Netherlands. Fogelson also directed Front Forty Press and has taught photography at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Doug Fogelson's work will be presented concurrently at the Bauhaus Archiv Berlin exhibition New Bauhaus Chicago: Experiment Fotografie und Film