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Levi Jackson and Joshua Winegar @ CUAC

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Through the process of light, both Winegar and Jackson direct our gaze to embodied landscapes where human forms are cloaked or only implied. Both artists encompass the history of the Western United States and the cultural ideas that formed how we now view the environment and its stewardship. Through different interpretations of several shared themes, each artist’s work is singular, yet paired in this exhibition make for an intellectually compelling view of contemporary photography…

 

Read the full article in the June 2013 edition of 15 Bytes

has taught art history at Westminster College since 2006, and has also taught at the University of Utah and Weber State University. Her extensive exploration of Spiral Jetty will published next year by the University of Utah Press in a book titled The Spiral Jetty and Rozel Point: Rotating Through Time and Place.

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