Iconic images are created neither through the viewfinder or darkroom alone but rather a myriad of critical processes. It's not an exact science but rather an incalculable sum of skill, interpersonal subjectivities and chance which find their kairotic moment on the contact sheet—a cutting room beyond which the glossy, visceral legends of popular imagining are what remain. Bearing the ink-penned codifiers of a contemplative artist and outtakes distinguished from their popularly canonized counterparts by a mere split-second's capture, contact sheets are rare, intimate fragments of history in the making and the subject of Morrison Hotel Gallery's next online exhibition, CONTACT, an aptly-titled and all-encompassing glimpse into the fundamental spirit of creative endeavor, on view exclusively at 

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