Sabin Aell of Hinterland took up the challenge of Denver's Month of Photography by putting out an international call for entries for work that is "wild, uncontrolled, different, luminous, beautiful, sparkling, in the flow." It's a tall order, but that's exactly what came up out of the ground for jurors Petra Sertic of BMoCA, MOP founder Mark Sink and Richard Peterson: all of the above -- singular images that stay in the mind for a while and take the viewer somewhere inscrutably different.
The ensuing show, Down the Rabbit Hole, which features experimental, process-based and purely fantastical work by more than twenty photographers, many of them local, opens with a reception tonight from 6 to 10 p.m., as a final bookend to a fine season for MOP. Here's a sneak peek:
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Down the Rabbit Hole continues at Hinterland, 3254 Walnut Street in RiNo, through April 21, with additional receptions on First Friday, April 1, and on closing night; call 720-309-1764.