Untitled, cone

by Andrew Davidhazy

Photograph
1990s

6"

This piece located: RIT Archive Collections, Wallace Library

This piece belongs to the RIT Archives Art Collection
The photograph is an example of periphotograph techniques. Periphotographs, sometimes referred to as cyclographs, are made by placing the subject of interest on a rotating table and photographing the surface features of the rotating object through a narrow slit placed in front of a length of moving film in a camera modified to accomplish this task. This photo features the artist standing in the RIT quad.