The Evolution of the Slide Projector
The projected image, light on a wall or a screen, doesn’t seem material. I can block it with my hand. I can walk through it. But the light gets there by a little machine made out plastic, metal, and glass. And when the last carousel slide projector rolled off the assembly line at a Kodak factory in 2004 and then the last rolls of Kodachrome expired in 2010, how that light gets onto the screen changed. This exhibition follows its evolution.