iWorld January 10 – February 11

Charles Ludeke

Exhibition runs at two venues:

CPAC, through February 11, 2012

Denver Central Library, 5th Floor, Western History Gallery
through March 25, 2012. Closing reception Sunday, March 25, 3-5 pm
Gallery Tour with exhibiting artists during the closing reception. Free

Jurors: Chuck Mobley (Associate Director, San Francisco Camerawork); Brian Paul Clamp (Gallery owner and director, ClampArt, NYC)

iWorld is a juried show of images responding to the “i-zation” of our culture. The CPAC show features works from across the nation, and includes a solo show awarded to New York-based photographer Charles Ludeke. The Denver Public Library show features Colorado-based photographers only.

Artists: CPAC Show
Kim Allen, Sara Armijo, Dave Barry, Becky Brice, Kevin Hoth, George Beggs, Gloria Chung, Angelic Jeanne Davila, April DeFelice, Karen Divine, J.A. Folks, David Gardner, Mary Norbury-Glaser, Emily Heller, Eileen Keator, Vivian Keulards, Jennifer Laffoon, Erika Leppmann, Sita Mae, Sasha Dorje Meyerowitz, Arleen McGlade, Tammy McKenzie, Francisca Morgan, Lynne Scholfield, David Sharpe, Paul Soulellis, MyKelle Tieman, Bethany Stefka Trusz, Melanie Walker, Mike Whiteley, Solo Show: Charles Ludeke

Artists: DPL Show
Kim Allen, Sara Armijo, Becky Brice, Maureen Ruddy Burkhart, James Clarke, Vernie Croghan, Bethany April DeFelice, Dave Defourneaux, Karen Divine, Michael Ellis, Rian Hall, Emily Heller, Siobhan Keleher, Vivian Keulards, Arleen McGlade, Tammy McKenzie, Roddy MacInnes, Francisca Morgan, Josseline Van Nuffel, Lynne Scholfield, Paul Sisson, Melanie Walker.


Original Call for Entries: It’s official – technological innovations like the iPhone have revolutionized visual communications, spurred uprisings, and sustained occupations in a new world inundated with instruments of invention, intrusion, and instant gratification. Digital media have changed the ways in which we interact with our environment, our governments, and ourselves. Photographers and bystanders alike record events that sustain, fascinate, inspire, and intimidate us. iWorld invites you to respond to the “i-zation” of our culture by sharing your best interpretation, inspiration, innovation, or illustration of the world that you see.