Carnegie Museum of Art

  • video March 02, 2015

    The Invisible Photograph: Part IV (Discarded), 2014

    2014, 17:54

    The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programming as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

    In part 4 of The Invisible Photograph, learn how Berlin-based artist Joachim Schmid's “anti-museum” of found and discarded imagery challenges us to reconsider our assumptions of photographic worth.

    Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
    Part 1 (Underground): click here.
    Part 2 (Trapped): click here.
    Part 3 (Extraterrestrial): click here.
    Part 5 (Subatomic): click here.

  • video March 02, 2015

    The Invisible Photograph: Part V (Subatomic), 2015

    2014, 24:26

    The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programming as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

    Part 5 of The Invisible Photograph, investigates how photographic technologies are being used to visualize the subatomic world at CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world—where photography and the world’s most physics research collide.

    Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
    Part 1 (Underground): click here.
    Part 2 (Trapped): click here.
    Part 3 (Extraterrestrial): click here.
    Part 4 (Discarded): click here.

  • video August 13, 2014

    The Invisible Photograph: Part III (Extraterrestrial), 2014

    2014, 22:07

    The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programing as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

    In Part III of The Invisible Photograph, see how the “techno archaeologists” of the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project digitally recovered the first photographs of the moon taken by a set of unmanned space probes in the 1960s.

    Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
    Part 1 (Underground): click here.
    Part 2 (Trapped): click here.
    Part 4 (Discarded): click here.
    Part 5 (Subatomic): click here.

  • video May 14, 2014

    The Invisible Photograph: Part II (Trapped), 2014

    2014, 18:52

    The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programing as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

    Part II of The Invisible Photograph follows a team of computer scientists, archivists, artists, and curators, including Corey Arcangel, as they unearth Andy Warhol’s lost digital works.

    Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
    Part 1 (Underground): click here.
    Part 3 (Extraterrestrial): click here.
    Part 4 (Discarded): click here.
    Part 5 (Subatomic): click here.

  • video April 30, 2014

    The Invisible Photograph - Part I (Underground)

    2014, 16:50

    The Hillman Photography Initiative at the Carnegie Museum of Art presents its inaugural year of programing as an “incubator for innovative thinking on the photographic image.”

    Here, a safe haven for thousands of images is explored hundreds of feet below ground in a repurposed limestone mine.

    Watch other parts of The Invisible Photograph series.
    Part 2 (Trapped): click here.
    Part 3 (Extraterrestrial): click here.
    Part 4 (Discarded): click here.
    Part 5 (Subatomic): click here.

  • video August 29, 2013

    Yvan Pestalozzi, The Lozziwurm, 1972/2013

    2013, 6:30

    A video showing the reinstallation of Yvan Pestalozzi’s The Lozziwurm from 1972 at the Carnegie Museum of Art on the occasion of the 2013 Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, which will be on view from October 5, 2013, to March 16, 2014.