VOICES FROM THE DIGITAL CLASSROOM
TALON presented the Voices from the Digital Classroom exhibition at the Taylor Family Digital Library.
Showcased were the portraits of TALON Voice Series participants included in our forthcoming book Voices from the Digital Classroom (2022, University of Calgary Press), taken by Julian Salinas, photographer.
The exhibition was open March 30 until April 11 2022.
Julian Salinas was born 1967 in Düsseldorf, Germany. He has lived and worked in Basel and Zürich (Switzerland) as an artist and freelance photographer. Since 2013, he has been a lecturer for architectural photography at the FHNW Institute for Architecture. He is also a member of the Haus Oslo Ateliers co-operative in Dreispitz, Basel.
Julian attended the Kunstgewerbeschule Basel, and since 1995 he’s worked independently on photos and videos for exhibitions and publications, as well as on commercial assignments for large companies. He has shown his work in solo and group exhibitions in a number of well-known galleries and has received numerous awards for projects in the field of art and architecture. His work is part of important collections such those as at F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG. His fifth monograph, Where is Martha?, was published in 2018 by Christoph Merian Verlag.
Abegglen, S., Neuhaus, F. & Wilson, K. (Eds.) (2022, forthcoming). Voices from the digital classroom: 25 interviews about teaching and learning in the face of a global pandemic. University of Calgary Press.