May 26th marked the closing of the successful Command Z exhibition at the Torrance Art Museum in Torrance, California. It was a great experience for everyone who participated in it, and let's thank Ryan Gallagher for making the community driven slideshow possible. We also need to thank Ted Fisher and Doug McCulloh for making this show come to life. And lastly, we can't forget the Torrance Art Museum who welcomed their proposal. According to Ted, this show may be moving to New York in the future, so keep a look out! Till then, let's hope for another great exhibition.
Click on the sign see a glimpse of what other parts of the Command Z exhibition looked like. Most of them feature the ever popular time lapse videos where people photograph themselves for a billion days (if not more) and run them through a quick video to reveal progression in their lives. Sadly, the camera toss exhibit is not shown... But be sure to check back for any new updates! Hopefully I will be able to get some pictures and snapshots of the museum and camera toss portions of the exhibition.