Where Science Meets Art

Alexander Katan-Schmid, Gadi Dagon
"Body image"
The Max and Lillian Candiotty Building, 2nd floor

In the world of photography, there is one boundary – one that is generally thought to be impassable. That boundary is the camera itself, which separates those standing in front of the lens and those who seek protection behind it. The ability to be simultaneously on both sides of the boundary is something like both locking a drawer and leaving the key inside. Alexander Katan-Schmid and Gadi Dagon has uncovered – separately - the secret of being there on the stage – or more precisely, leaving their mark on it - even though they are observing from a distance.