We are inviting the New York City Lomography community to come out and help us create the very first Lomography Caterpillar made in the United States! Other cities around the world have created some pretty sweet Lomography Caterpillars and now its our time to show them what New York City has to offer.
The Lomo-Caterpillar is a photo chain! Every person takes a photograph of the person standing behind them and then they pass on the camera. This creates a giant Lomo-Caterpillar! At the end we will create a video with the photographs from around the world. We have cameras for you to borrow or you can feel free to bring your own favorite Lomography film camera.
When: Saturday, March 23rd @ 1pm
Where: The Lomography Gallery Store NYC
41 West 8th Street
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