Shifting Sights at A.R.E.A Gallery

I am delighted to be a part of a group exhibition, Shifting Sights, at A.R.E.A. Gallery in Boston, MA, curated by Rane Brower and Nina Mollo. The exhibit will be up July 1 – September 30, 2020.

Shifting Sights
is a selection of works by a new generation of contemporary artists. Their artistic practices bring to light investigations into cultural forces, inquiries of our relationship to the landscape, and discoveries within personal memories and histories.

Through the exploration and reinvention of their mediums, these creators have found new ways to rewrite narratives through questioning and recollection. The artists included in Shifting Sights are 2020 MFA graduates from schools within New England, and were selected for their outstanding work and practices.

Pictured: Untitled (Rock), from the series First Sweet Truth, Archival Pigment Print, 2019



Keeper of the Hearth

I was honored to participate in a panel discussion at RISD’s Fleet Library celebrating the publication of Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph, edited by Odette England, with essays by Charlotte Cotton, Douglas Nickel, Lucy Gallun, and Philip Prodger.

Marking the 40th anniversary of Roland Barthes’ Camera Lucida, Keeper of the Hearth brings together the contributions of over 200 photography-based artists, curators, and historians to reflect on Barthes’ unpublished snapshot of his mother.  The book is available for purchase here

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