Sight Unseen:

Picturing the Invisible,

1840 - 1900

Corey Keller
Associate Curator of Photography for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Keller explores the use of photography in
nineteenth-century science to document
phenomena invisible to the eye. Her lecture
will reveal what early photomicrographs,
astrophotographs, motion studies, and X-rays
meant to science and how these pictures of
the invisible touched people, for whom the
worlds revealed would have been utterly

NOV. 12, 2008
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
ARC Pavilion
Activities & Recreation Center
Ballrooms A & B
University of California, Davis