group show 62:
About the Artists
Richard Aldred is a photographer with both commercial and artistic practice, undertaking mostly architectural, editorial, and documentary-style work. Lifelong influences include Maurice Sendak (illustration), Joe Colombo (industrial design), and Lt. Columbo (detective). His work has been published and exhibited worldwide.
Kathryn Parker Almanas earned a BFA in Photography from MassArt in 2003 and a MFA in Photography from Yale University in 2007. While at Yale, she was awarded the Schickle-Collingwood Prize, and upon receiving her MFA, was the recipient of the Alice Kimball English Traveling Fellowship to conduct research on the history of anatomical dissection in Italy. Her work has been published in 25 Under 25 Up-and-Coming American Photographers, Photo District News, Metropolis, to name a few. She has created art on commission basis for New York Magazine, Time Magazine, Details magazine, Culture+Travel magazine, among others. Almanas has taught courses at Brown University, Princeton University, The International Center of Photography, and Hamilton College. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in New York, Providence, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Philadelphia, and Venice, Italy. Almanas's photographs and collage work investigate destruction and healing within the body and the terrors and pleasures of embodiment, often drawing ideas from the medical world.
Mickey Aloisio is an artist living and working in Queens, NY. He received his BFA in photography from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2016. He has shown in numerous group shows such as, Our Souls to Keep, Intimate Portraiture, and Friends of Dorothy, among others. His work has been featured and reviewed in publications including Gayletter, Cakeboy, i-D-Vice, Kaltblut-magazine, Intomore, Photo-Emphasis, Cap74204 and Acurator.
Daniel Alvarez Ospina resides and works in Medellín, Colombia. Graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia (2017), his artistic interests are derived from a deep observation of the urban space that he transits and inhabits. He roams the streets around to translate the everyday into artistic formalizations through different mediums: draw, engraving, photography and video; resources that refer to the multiple temporalities and spatialities that are juxtaposed in the city.
Ali Arshad is a pretentious photographer who is privileged to own a camera. Equally ridiculous in his execution as his articulation of thoughts, with his photographs Ali attempts to be part of the dialogue on the politicization of gender, identity and sex.
Roxana Azar is an artist from Philadelphia. Influenced by science fiction, plant intelligence, anxiety, and floral design, their studio work imagines a sentient landscape in an alternate universe lush with plant-like beings. Azar has exhibited their work nationally and internationally. They have been published in Mossless, Papersafe, and Yen Magazine, as well as featured online in Elephant Magazine, Waterfall, It's Nice That, Sight Unseen, and the Paper Journal. Azar has an MFA in Photography from Virginia Commonwealth University and a BFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art.
Rachael Banks (b. Louisville, KY) is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Northern Kentucky University and is based in Newport, KY. She received an MFA in photography from Texas Woman's University (Denton, TX). Rachael's work focuses on family dynamics and personal experience. She is especially interested in social subcultures and identity informed by place. Specifically, Rachael’s creative research focuses largely on her identity and community found within the state of Kentucky and the Midwest/southern region.
Chris Bentley is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker. His work has been exhibited at Station Independent Projects, the Photographic Resource Center, hpgrp GALLERY NEW YORK, and the Griffin Museum of Photography as well as been published in VICE magazine. His films have played in numerous festivals throughout the country.
Larry Chait is a Chicago-based photographer who has been pursuing his artistic vision since 2002. He studied photography at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and Columbia College, Chicago. His work has been included in the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, the Block Museum at Northwestern University, and the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis. He has exhibited widely throughout the U.S. and internationally in more than 90 solo and group exhibitions.
Holly Chang is a 22 year old Chinese/Danish Canadian photographer based in Toronto. She has recently completed her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Industries at Ryerson with a focus in Curatorial Practices. Her photographic work centres on her personal narrative through the use of light, objects and people. Another is the duality of her cultural background and how that translates into her position within society.
Lynae Cook creates visual art that explores slices of life that often go unnoticed. Her work is typically a bit grim, so the opportunity to share "fun" imagery feels rare and is appreciated.
Jane Deschner grew up in Kansas, moving to Montana in 1977. She earned degrees in geography at the University of Kansas and, later, in art at Montana State University–Billings (BA) and Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA). She exhibits actively and has been awarded artist residencies/fellowships nationwide. In conjunction with being an artist, she works as an exhibition installer, graphic designer, photographer, instructor, curator and picture framer.
Alex Djordjevic has been a producer, cinematographer, and amateur photographer for over 17 years. His professional experience ranges from documentary to commercial and reality television. His work has been broadcast on PBS to a national audience, and his photography has been exhibited nationally and abroad.
Lacey Ehrenkranz Monroe (b. 1983, American) is a documentary fine art photographer focusing on the mundanities of life and how they relate to place, family, and state of mind. Lacey holds degrees in both Art and Art History from the University of Oregon, where she graduated from with honors. Her work has been shown in galleries across the US, as well as, online venues such as Huffington Post, Lenscratch, Don’t Take Pictures, and Babble. In 2015 Lacey co-founded the online international collective Sham of the Perfect, which celebrates family documentary photography. Lacey has spent all her life in the western most region of the Pacific Northwest. She currently resides in Portland, Oregon, with her partner and their two young children.
Daniel Everett is an artist and professor working in photography, video, and sculpture. He received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Daniel currently teaches at Brigham Young University as a professor of New Genres.
Celeste Fichter is a Brooklyn based artist interested in word play. She holds an MFA from SVA and has had solo exhibitions at the Point of Contact Gallery (Syracuse University), Go North Gallery (Beacon, NY), PH Gallery (NYC) and St Mary's College (Maryland). Her work has been in group exhibitions at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Islip Museum, and the Bronx Museum and is in MoMA's Artists Books collection.
Ivan Filimonov is an emerging photographer who mixes art and documentary photography. He is a student at documentary photography academy "Fotografika" (http://fotografika.su/). His subject of interest is communication between people in modern society.
Hugh Fox is a photographer and practicing artist. He studied for his Masters in Fine Art at Brighton University, during this time he worked with his chosen medium of photography, incorporating sound, moving image and sculpture, all of which helped to enrich his practice as a commercial and fine art photographer. Hugh works commercially shooting portraits, and documentary projects.
Alex Free is a photographer and writer based in Los Angeles, CA
Pinelopi Gerasimou was born in Greece in 1989.She Studied photography at the Akto Art and Design College in Greece. She continued her studies at the International Centre of Photography in New York. Currently living and working in Athens. She has been experimenting in Photography for about 7 years in different fields as professional and a fine art photographer. She has been participating in several group exhibitions in Greece, Istanbul New York and Italy. Her artistic work pays tribute to what looks like a life outside of what we have been socialized to do over thousands of years of constructing civilization — to settle in groups. In solitude, her subjects look like renegades from an ancient historical cult, burdened with uncertainty and the vulnerability of their journey. Each one of them is either blurred, camouflaged or non existent. Their power lies in the details of their hiding. Gerasimou’s photographs’ approach to detail is like an archeological dig—they slowly unfold into playgrounds for hypothetical scenarios.
Niki Gleoudi was born and raised in Greece and now lives in Miami USA. She loves exploring relationships, emotions and the energy that lies beneath. Solo photo exhibitions: Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece in 2017 and ZM Gallery, Thessaloniki, Greece in 1998. Award winning-finalist and published photographer (Sony Awards, LensCulture, Miami Street Photo Festival, Italian Street Photo Festival, IPA and TIFA Honorable mentions).
Michelle Groskopf is one of the raddest street and commercial photographers we know.
Carlotta Guerra was born in Italy and currently shares her time between Bologna and Los Angeles. Her work - both images and videos - resolves around her personal life and history, intimate questions, fears, desires and personal issues. She is visually and conceptually fascinated by ordinary things, their power and delicacy, playfulness and mystery that she likes to perceive as allegories. Guerra was selected as New Dutch Photography Talent of 2019 and she was also nominated one of the best photography talent in Europe by FRESH EYES.
Diana Guerra is a photographer and filmmaker currently studying an MFA in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice at the City College of New York. She holds a Bachelor degree in Sociology from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Guerra’s work has been exhibited in Argentina, Hungary and New York.
Larry Hallegua's photographs have been described as "bittersweet moments" and "fanciful characters frozen into bizarre activities".They have been exhibited in Germany, at the esteemed Iserlohn Stadtische gallery, as well as many other countries including the USA, and the UK. In 2014, Larry became a finalist in Fotoura's International Street Photography Awards, as well as the winner of Magnum's Swapshop contest in 2017. He's also a member of The Observe street photography collective.
Jacob Haupt (b. 1989, Modesto, California) is an artist working with photography, video, and sculpture. After completing the book Infinity Gate with Noah Jackson in 2015, he released a photobook of his own, Gloom. UMOCA (UT) hosted the solo show Ultra Force in 2019, and he has exhibited nationally, internationally, online, and in print as well. His work has been featured by Humble Arts Foundation, Der Greif, Don/Dean, and Ordinary Magazine.
Kathleen Hayes is an old-school surfer and skateboarder/visual artist and photographer from Long Island, NY. She works at the School of Visual Arts where she received degrees from MPS Digital Photography and BFA Photography. She does both documentary and fine artwork and has recently found a love for silkscreen printing. Kathleen also participates in the annual Coney Island Mermaid Parade and won the title of ‘Best Mermaid’ in 2012.
Jon Horvath received an MFA from UW-Milwaukee in 2008 and a BAS in both English Literature and Philosophy from Marquette University in 2001. His work has been exhibited internationally and is held in the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Haggerty Museum of Art, and is included in the Midwest Photographers Project at the MoCP. Horvath is an Associate Professor of Fine Arts in the New Studio Practice program at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design.
Marian Howard is a fine art photographer and educator. In 2014, she graduated from the Master of Fine Arts Program at the University of Delaware. Since then, she has taught introductory photography courses at Salem Community College, Carney’s Point, NJ, Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA and the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Philadelphia, PA. She had the opportunity to nationally exhibit her personal photography work in New York, Boston, Minnesota, Vermont, and Philadelphia. Her art work explores the medium of photography in all of its iterations. Currently, she is investigating the alternative process of making camera-less images. Her intention is to engage, evaluate, and elevate what it means to be human within the context of the digital culture.
Abdi Ibrahim A 22 year old photographer based in Seattle, Ibrahim has spent the last 8 years of his life dedicated to shooting humans. Started off as a street photographer, he now uses the same approach as street work to create abstract portraits showcasing the human condition through imagery.
Susan Rosenberg Jones was born and raised in Boston and moved to New York City in 1976. She earned a BS in Education from Lesley College and then enrolled in the School of Visual Arts. After working in a NYC lab as a custom black and white printer, Susan began working in the stock photography industry, where she had a long career. She returned to her photography and took critique courses at ICP. She worked on various portrait projects: women of a certain age, couples who’d been together for many years, and in 2011 began work on Building 1, a series about her neighbors in the apartment complex in Tribeca where she’d lived since 1984. Building 1 was exhibited in a solo show at Camerawork Gallery, Scranton, PA in the fall of 2016.In 2008 Susan lost her husband of 30 years, after a long illness. She met Joel in 2009 and they married in 2012. Her portrait project Second Time Around celebrates the quirks and discoveries of her new relationship. In 2016, Second Time Around was selected for the Portfolio Showcase 9 exhibit and catalogue at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Ft Collins, CO. She was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2017 Baxter Street at CCNY Annual Juried Competition, and again in 2017, she was honored as a Critical Mass Top 50 Photographer.Susan began working on The Widow/er Project in March of 2018. The work will be shown in a solo show at the Griffin Museum’s Griffin Gallery opening October 24, 2019.
Chandi Kelley graduated with a BFA in photography from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in 2004. She has presented her work at the NADA Art Fair in Miami and the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. Her work is in the permanent collection of the U.S. Embassy in Malta, as well as in private collections throughout the U.S. She is a Co-Founder and Administrator of the artwork subscription service, Project Dispatch, and currently serves on the Visual Arts Committee at DC Arts Center.
John Kilbane is a photographer from Illinois. He attended the General Studies program at the International Center of Photography in 2016, studied literature at Marquette University and University College London, and has since held jobs in publishing and at an independent bookstore in Brooklyn. You can now find him wandering the periphery of the BQE.
Michael Kirchoff has a passion and addiction for photography that surpasses the tools used to make pictures. The latest digital technology, to the film based toy camera, to long expired Polaroid materials, are all instruments used in creating this art. Forging the dramatic image is the essence of that passion. Michael resides in Los Angeles, CA, but travels the world to make unique and compelling pictures whenever possible.
Emily Larsen earned her B.F.A. in Photography at the School of Visual Arts, NYC. Before fully dedicating her time to the visual arts she earned her B.A. in Psychology at Flagler College, FL. Emily’s work is heavily influenced by her experience as a woman and is fascinated by gender relations. Her enduring interest lies in the space between the human experience and reality. The intangible fuzzy cloud that allows us to continue forward as we rotate between functional ignorance and the horror of realization.
Kallie Lowery was born and raised on the island of O'ahu, Hawaii, and received her BFA in Studio Art from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Her recent photo work explores how a photograph can feel like a possession, an object to hold onto. Through the use of photoshop and physical object curation, she manipulates images to feel more aesthetically worthy (or more valuable) of preserving.
Angus Luke is an artist living in New Orleans. He has shown his work in group exhibitions and pop-ups in Cleveland and New Orleans. During Pride Month of 2019, he exhibited SWEET//FEELINGS— a solo installation of his photographs, animations, and rock candy formations at the Lucky Art Fair in New Orleans. The installation smelled like cotton candy and he had fun sharing his work.
Sara Lyons is an artist and art educator living in Western Massachusetts. She received her BFA in Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology and earned her MAT in Visual Arts from Rhode Island School of Design. Sara teaches visual art and photography at a public charter school and a community college in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Images from Sara’s fine art photographic series have been exhibited throughout New England including a solo exhibition at Historic Northampton Museum.
Dana Marks (born 1989) is a Milwaukee-based artist who uses photography to explore ideas of time, place, identity, and memory. By utilizing an analog and digital photographic workflow, she is able to create images that maintain a subtle, timeless aesthetic while exploring line, form, and physical space. She often employs minimalist design, finding quirks and beauty in the mundane. Though influenced by minimalism, Marks also likes exploring surrealism, using digital tools to alter her subjects. Inspired by photographers form the early 20th century, she began photographing in her teens, taking her first photography lessons in an after-school program in high school. In 2016 she earned her BFA in photography from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and has since exhibited her work both locally and nationally.
Adam Mathieu is an artist based in Tampa, FL. Adam's work tends to fluctuate between photographic art and performative works.
Nicholas Mehedin (American, b.1993) is a photographer from Lumberland, New York. He earned a BFA in photography from SUNY New Paltz in 2015. Since graduation, he’s worked as a freelance assistant for photographers including Noah Kalina, Vincent Dixon, and Virginia Sherwood. Assisting on campaigns for clients such as Google, Toyota, and NBC.
Fred Mitchell is a German-born American photographer working in Los Angeles. He holds a BFA and MFA in photography from the University of Alabama, Birmingham and University of Nevada at Las Vegas, respectively. Upon completion of his degrees he has worked as an adjunct professor, art director, and photographer all while maintaining his practice as a fine artist.
Lidewij Mulder is a photographer from Amsterdam with a documentary style. She was born in a small town in the Netherlands, and always fascinated about the bigger world around her. She discovered the power of telling stories through images and graduated at the University of Applied Photography in 2019. To Lidewij photography is a way to show certain issues and situations which we quickly forget in a world where everything is constantly rushing trough.
Chris Nesseth strives to show the peculiarities of everyday life. The camera ensures he doesn’t forget to look around, to experience the surroundings and the adventure that ordinary brings. He wants his photos to remind people that its worth looking around. That in the places you least expect something is happening and its worth your attention. Chris is a photographer from Portland, Oregon.
Nancy Oliveri is an American artist born in Providence, RI in 1958. She studied film photography at Hartford Art School in the early 80's and spent subsequent years working with sculpture and painting before returning to photography to embrace digital technology. She has had several solo exhibitions of her photography and won numerous juried competitions including the Julia Margaret Cameron Still Life Category Award juried by Phillip Brookman. Her work has been featured in Musee Magazine, L'Oeil, White-hot Magazine of Contemporary Art and Foto RE View.
Jeff Phillips is a Chicago-based photographic artist. Phillips’ personal work examines vernacular images as they relate to family, memory, and history. He is currently photographing for the CPS Lives, a year-long documentary project within the Chicago public school system. He serves on the executive board of directors at Filter Photo, and has presented his work to audiences at SXSW, Society for Photographic Education (SPE), Filter Photo Festival, ASMP Midwest, Pecha Kucha in Chicago and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Kay Pots is a Tampa native who uses the camera to push the bounds of her creativity. She leads all creative direction with her shoots form concepts to execution. Telling a story with her constructed images is her goal. She finds inspiration in her surroundings and wardrobe plays a large role in her work. From thrift stores to exploring locations, the inspiration is limitless. Color and a high-energy are always present in her work.
Kyle Quinn born in Okinawa, Japan, currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. He received his BFA from the Art Institute of Colorado in Graphic Design & Fine Art. After graduation, he was a participant of the Ace Air Residency, the Ace Hotel’s Artist-In-Residency program in New York. He is the owner and curator of the publishing group, Raw Meat Collective, established in 2015. His personal practice shifts mediums between paper and digital collage, photography, painting, drawing and self-published books. He has published artist books, publications and zines for over a decade, along with exhibiting annually both nationally and internationally within mixed mediums and photography. Raw Meat Collective is a solo and collaborative LGBTQX+ artist collective for current contemporary fine artists with the emphasis on the body and object, primarily in print and book. His writings, photographs and edition objects were presented by AA Bronson for Frieze (London) in 2016. He has been published in ArtForum, BUTT Magazine, NYSAI Literacy Press, Hyperallergic, Posture Magazine, i-D for Vice, Fader, Tank Magazine and many more. He has also been archived at The Frances Mulhall Achilles Library at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Thomas J Watson Library at The Met and The Yale Private Library for his artist books, published collaborative projects, photographs, and for published titles through Raw Meat Collective.
Rachel Rampleman Born and raised in the suburbs of the Midwest, Rachel Rampleman creates bodies of work that explore subjects like gender, artifice, spectacle, and the excesses of popular culture through the tinge of a very American lens. Part directorial, part curatorial, and part anthropological, she probes into oft–overlooked elements of our culture to reveal an expanded landscape of American life. Rampleman’s work frequently showcases exuberantly bold and irrepressible personalities who revel in challenging common clichés associated with masculinity and femininity
Jennifer Ray Though it unfortunately rarely finds its way into her work, Jennifer Ray really likes watching other people have fun, particularly in that completely unselfconscious way that you can when you're a little drunk and away from home. Club Rodeo in her town of Wichita is her current favorite place for fun voyeurism, where you can line dance to country hits and grind to 90s hip-hop, then turn around and watch live bull-riding (not the mechanical kind).
Maggie Reilly is a film photographer based in South Jersey. She spends her time pondering on trains and walking suburban streets with her eyes darting every detail. Fear of loss of memory, she keeps her camera close, capturing moments and shared experiences between strangers and friends.
Douglas Robichaud is a photographer who resides in Southern California and enjoys taking surreal photos with his Pentax 67. Doug will soon be leaving his office job to travel the U.S in a van for a year. He is looking forward to spending more time shooting film in new places.
Ren Rox is an award winning photographer shooting Fashion, Music and Travel, as well as personal projects focused mainly on the environment. Her surreal atmospheres are achieved using in-camera experimentation and other manual and chemical techniques on 35mm and 120mm film.
John Ruggieri’s art is in private collections across the US and Europe and has been exhibited widely, including at the Newspace Center for Photography, Art Now Fair/Art Basel Miami Beach, LFL Gallery and many others. His public art project ART@NIGHT was supported by a $30,000 grant from Fund for the Arts, a restricted fund of New England Foundation for the Arts: https://vimeo.com/24470877 He holds a BA from Hampshire College and is an alumnus of RISD.
Tatum Shaw is a photographer and advertising copywriter based in Portland, Oregon and Atlanta, Georgia. His photography has appeared in Oxford American, Apartmento Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, Nylon Guys, American Chordata, and Atlanta Magazine. More of his work can be found at tatumshaw.com or on Instagram at @tatumshaw.
Chutian Shu is an artist who recently completed her [M.F.A. in Photography] at Pratt Institute. Originally from Changsha, China, she currently lives in New York. Her website is www.chutianshu.org.
Kurt Simonson is an artist/educator whose work explores the longings and tensions that surround our ideas of home, community, and identity. He has received awards from CENTER Santa Fe and Photolucida’s Critical Mass, and in 2015 Kurt was named one of LensCulture’s 50 Emerging Talents. His first monograph, Northwoods Journals, was published in 2015. Kurt teaches in Los Angeles, and lives and works in Long Beach, where you can probably find him eating breakfast.
Mark Sommerfeld is a self-taught photographer driven by gesture, story and whimsy. His work oscillates between portraiture, reportage and observations of the synchronicity and poetry in disparate objects and locations. He was named a 2017, 2018 and 2019 Magenta Foundation Flash Forward winner and has shown work in Canada and Internationally in the last year, including commissions for The New York Times, Vogue, Bloomberg and Frieze, among others.
Robert Stewart is a resident of the middle western United States. eternally documenting the experience of being a resident of the middle western United States.
Sage Szkabarnicki-Stuart is a 24-year old photographer based in Toronto. Her practice involves working with ordinary subject matter and taking it to an absurd level while referencing the style of editorial fashion photography. The work plays with the boundary between the reasonable and the ridiculous while examining our connection to the environment and to ourselves.
Leonardo Taddei was born in a little country near Florence. In February He graduated in photography at the Academy of Fine Art in Florence. He likes what others don't like..
John Toohey is a photographer previously resident in Istanbul and Montreal, who returned to his hometown of Perth Australia last year. He is currently a PhD candidate in Art History researching postcards of the British landscape in the 1910s and the myths they helped perpetuate.
Alexis Vasilikos b.1977) is an Athens-based visual artist who works primarily with photography. His work revolves around peripatetic photography, meditation and energetic editing and is deeply influenced by Eastern mysticism, in particular by the teachings of Advaita Vedanta and Zen Buddhism. He studied photography in Athens, at Focus and A.k.t.o. and attended the Art History Course of D.A.M.S. in Bologna, briefly. Since 2012 he is the co-editor of Phases Magazine, an online publication that showcases fine art photography and in 2019 he launched Rigpa Editions a publishing project that explores the space in between art and spirituality.
Internet Vernacular is an archive of vernacular photography obtained while rummaging through the online photographic collections of users who haven't posted in years.
Paras Vijan is a multidisciplinary artist. His practice emerges out of both photography and drawing with an extended interest in printmaking and installation. He addresses themes relating to memory, the mundane and the extraordinary. Furthermore, he explores camera-less and process-based images resulting in complex bodies of work which oscillates between self/social documentary and abstraction. Paras moved to Canada in 2015 to pursue a Bachelor in Fine Arts (Photography) degree at Concordia University and has been based in Montreal since then.
Evan Whale (b. 1987) is an LA-based artist working in photography. Whale received his BA in Photography from Bard College in 2009, and an MFA in Photography from the Yale School of Art in 2014. Whale’s most recent group exhibitions have been at Regen Projects (LA) and the FLAG Art Foundation (NY). Whale’s most recent solo show was at LY Gallery (LA) in 2019.
Christian Woodward is a San Diego based photographer who focuses on people, their environments, and the interactions therein. While attaining a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, he pursued a minor specialization in lens-based art at the College of New Jersey, exhibiting his work in catalogues and gallery shows produced by the school. His work has also been recognized by the Blackwell Street art show, CCM photography contest, Scholastic art & writing awards, and Humble Arts Foundation.
Jennifer Zwick Trained in photography, Jennifer Zwick works in a variety of media. She is a sculptural photographer, building things for the specific vantage point of the camera, using one-point-perspective, in-camera techniques, site-specific construction, and sculptural installation. Thematically, she's interested in optics, symmetry, humor, anxiety, and in the beautiful way things break down, when we notice how our brains interpret (or fail to comprehend) visual information; and how this can be exploited.