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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Alex Emmons

Active:  US
Website:  www.alexemmons.com
 
  
Contemporary American photographer.

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Alex Emmons grew up in rural upstate New York. She attended Denison University for her undergraduate education majoring in Studio Art, with a focus in photography and sculpture complemented with a minor in Sociology/Anthropology. Later, she received an MFA in photography at the Arizona State University. She has moved, traveled and lived abroad extensively informing her investigation of the intersection of domestic space and the agencies of displacement. Like a post-colonial anthropologists her work stems from a series of intimate interventions into the lives she brushes up against, these activities reveal themselves to her audience in a variety of modes which allow us into these sacred spaces by proxy. While the outcomes of Alex’s projects and interventions move between photography, digital media, artists books and installations her personal narrative and formal vision is felt throughout her growing body of work.
 
[Contributed by the Alan Klotz Gallery, October 2007] 
  
 
  
 
  
 
  
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