Get some insight into what local teens see when they look at the city’s architecture in “How I See It: Houston Architecture”. A juried exhibition of photography by area high school students for FotoFest 2014, “How I See It” focuses on the impact social media and widely available digital cameras have had on what young people see and photograph. Today’s teens have grown up with cameraphones as well as “instant publication” platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook. There’s certainly a difference in how they publish their photographs, but is there a difference in what they photograph? Jury members include Toby Kamps, curator of modern and contemporary art at The Menil Collection; David Watkins, FAIA of WHR Architects; and Joe C. Aker of Aker Imaging.
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