The SlowExposures exhibit is held every year in Zebulon, Georgia. Yes, hardly what you might consider a hotbed for the arts as it is really out in the boonies. But for two weeks in September it is the place to be for photographers who shoot images of the South. There is the main show at Strictlands in Concord and also several satellite shows at varied locations. This year one of them will even be in the back of a semi truck. How cool is that!
I was excited that my image, Corrugated, which I took in the Mississippi Delta, was juried into the show. Over 1,000 images were submitted to jurors Alexa Dilworth of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke, and Aline Smithson, renowned photographer and founder of blogzine, Lenscratch. What an honor to have one of my images on the wall!