Steven H. Silberg (Catonsville, MD) received his BFA from the University of Delaware, Newark, DE and his MFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. His work has been presented internationally at the Third Beijing International New Media Arts Exhibition and Symposium and at KUVA – the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland. Silberg’s solo exhibitions have included presentations at Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA; Howard County Arts Center, Ellicott City, MD; and Rosewood Gallery, Kettering, OH. His work has also been presented nationally in venues ranging from screenings at the Armory Arts Center, Pasadena, CA, to a book arts reading room at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, WI, to the ArtScape street fair in Baltimore, MD. In 2010, he was honored as the winner of the Washington Post’s Real Art DC and in 2014, the IMPRINT artist for Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD. Silberg is also the curator of Hughes Remix, an online exhibition created for the 2014 Society of Photographic Education National Conference.
In a darkroom, an iPhone connected to the laptop over WiFi is placed into an enlarger. A patch written in Max/MSP selects pixels on the iPhone to be illuminated for a specified duration. This is captured on black and white photo paper. The selection of pixels is algorithmic making each image unique.