Uta Barth is a photographer who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Unlike traditional photography where the camera is used as a pointing device for selecting significant moments and places, Barth’s overriding interest is in perception—in vision itself. Her images share more with the work of Robert Irwin, John Cage, and Brian Eno than with the ideology of Walker Evans or Edward Weston. Barth’s is a serious and concentrated practice that has been rewarded with a great deal of critical acclaim and recognition, including a 2004 Guggenheim Fellowship; the comprehensive survey Uta Barth, published by Phaidon Press as one of the publisher’s prestigious Contemporary Art Series; and most recently, the 2010 monograph Uta Barth: The Long Now. For this Tuesday Evenings presentation, the artist shares her work as it has developed over the past 20 years.