In addition to her use of room-size cameras, Lutter also makes photographs using portable “trunk” cameras—luggage-type trunks adapted into pinhole cameras and set on tripods. During her residency, she would regularly set up these cameras in the galleries on Wednesdays (the one day of the week the museum is closed to the public). Several of the images in this group are photographs taken during the exhibition The Inner Eye: Vision and Transcendence in African Arts, which was on view at LACMA in 2017.

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Lutter's Pinhole Cameras
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