TED SERIOS: THE MIND’S EYE
Creative Direction, Project Management.
Contextualizing Serios’ story within the twilight zone of 1960s America, Ted Serios: The Mind’s Eye considers the reaches and restraints of belief and explores the multiple dimensions at play in the Serios phenomenon, including interpersonal relationships, scientific methods, photographic technologies, state militaristic operations and popular culture. Rather than seeking absolute truth, the volume allows the reader to arrive at their own conclusions through a series of thematic essays, narrative photographic stories, select ephemera and contemporary cultural artifacts.
Produced in collaboration with the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and The Image Centre, Toronto Metropolitan University.
Foreword by Paul Roth.
Texts by Mikita Brottman, Clément Chéroux, Mark Alice Durant, Emily Hauver, Ellie Howard, and Beth Saunders.