The Ecology of Memory
Aired On: Dec 17, 2015
Joshua White shares the evolution of his artistic practice, weaving together ideas of mortality, biology, memory and sustainability.
Joshua White is an assistant professor in the Studio Art Program at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. He received his BFA from Northern Kentucky University, and an MFA in Photography from Arizona State University. His images have been shown in national venues such as the The Huntsville Museum of Art and the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts. His series "A...
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