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Through the Lens

In this episode of Spark, go on a visual journey with artists who are using the camera to reveal hidden realities.

Starting with photographer Catherine Wagner, whose stark, pristine images present startling new perspectives on the worlds of science, nature and material culture.

Then see how experimental filmmaker Kerry Laitala creates works of handmade cinematic art, one frame at a time.

Finally, video artist Ben Wood uses digital technology to retrieve and restore a centuries-old mural painted by Native American artists in San Francisco's Mission Dolores.

[Original air date: Wed, Jan 26, 2005]

This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.



Featured Profiles:

Ben Wood

Go on a photo shoot with video artist Ben Wood to retrieve a centuries-old mural in the Mission Dolores.

Catherine Wagner

View Catherine Wagner's stark, pristine images presenting new perspectives on science, nature and material culture.

Kerry Laitala

Experiment with filmmaker Kerry Laitala as she creates works of handmade cinematic art, one frame at a time.

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