Thursday, February 16, 2012

161 Cat Scans Later...

Tonight I learned that it takes 2 hours and 45 minutes to scan every single cat in the July 2011 issue of Cat Fancy while stationed next to the darkroom answering questions about print quality. 161 jpegs later. I think it might take all lab days this semester to scan the rest of that box but here's to trying.

Also of note, I forgot I had tossed a few other pieces of my past in with the cats shipped back from the YMCA last summer including the exhibition announcement above next to the keyboard from a 1995 two-person exhibition with my father...

... several "best of" images from contact sheets from the New Zealand trip with Li Rader in the summer of 1994 that were featured in our exhibition Finding Stewart in the Lionel Rombach Gallery on the University of Arizona campus. My brother is also featured in some of the images.... exhibition announcement for a two-person exhibition of Cheryl Shurtleff-Young and my father from approximately 1988 (it's always been a reference for what an eye-catching exhibition card could look like and it's 8.5" x 11")...

... and for some inexplicable reason I kept this (c. 1982).

More fascinating encounters with my scanning activities coming soon.

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