The IEA welcomed Lawrence Brose as our artist in residence for the week of March 16th. Currently living in Buffalo, NY, and teaching courses in the art of photography as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Buffalo, Brose’s extensive artistic practice spans from the mid-1980s to the present day, receiving innumerable grants, residencies, awards, and has shown his work nationally and internationally.

During his residency, Brose focused on scanning and translating his extensive library of film works into digital prints. Scanned at high resolution on the Eversmart Pro digital scanner, Brose captured individual frames from 16mm film to produce prints upward of 30 inches to have each colorful frame pop. Additionally, Brose worked with NYSCC undergraduate student Ting Liu to translate some of his film work into polymer plate prints, a completely new media for Brose.

Below are some images of Lawrence at work: