24hrs @ 24fps Over Joshua Tree

Digital Studio Project Room


California Museum of Photography

November 6 - December 20, 2008


Opening Reception

Thursday, November 6, 2008, 6pm - 8pm


In May, more than sixty photographers set out to capture a 24hour day in Joshua Tree National Park in Twentynine Palms, CA. Taking inspiration from English photographer Eadweard Muybridge's important work in motion study, many of the images taken represent sequential movements and the passages of time, rather than isolated still-life compositions. The result is an amazing display of terrestrial video, rendered in a drop-frame style. 24hrs @ 24fps over Joshua Tree is a part of UCR ARTSblock's Photographic Excursions Series.

The 40+ photographers featured here are: Ami Flori, Carlos Puma, MiKenzie Denholtz, Maxene Denholtz, Mike Denholtz, Brenda Denholtz, Myles Denholtz, Darrin Dikes, Jose Beruvides, Laura Araujo-Salinas, Paul Gachot, Alma Lopez, Reggie Woolery, Rex Bruce, Douglas Buckley, Julia Buckley, Carlos Garcia, Corinne Cardenas, Sergio Pina, Melanie Berry, Elda Carraco, C.R. Steyck III, Ralph Carraco, Yareli Figueroa, Andy Chi, Brian Leatart, Jim Belsley, Grace Bagwell, Geoff Shaw, Vicki Williams, Joanne Lehmer, Jacalyn Lopez Garcia, Geno Lopez, Pat May, Rita Medina, Breeane Diaz, Barbara May, Eva Soltes, Brad Shyba, Jason Marquez, Ethan Turpin, Margaret Burnett, Sarah Bay Williams, and Bruce Miller.