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2019 SPE Annual Conference: The Myths of Photography and the American Dream / Major support by The Joy Family Legacy Foundation

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Ali Deane

Ali
Deane

SPE Member since 2016
Member Chapter: Midwest

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
womb #1
cyanotype on fabric

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
study #1
cyanotype on glass

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
Embodiment
digital video

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
Shell #1
Silver gelatin print

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
womb #2
cyanotype on fabric

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
study #2
cyanotype on glass

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
Installation

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
Shell #2
Sliver gelatin print

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
womb #3
cyanotype on fabric

Ali Deane

SPE member since 2016
study #3
cyanotype on glass

about

Ali Deane, a recent graduate from the University of Kentucky, is a studio artist working in photography, video, sculpture and installation. Her work focuses on themes of womanhood, identity and intimacy with nature. She is concerned with both the physical and physiological connection to Earth. The process of making is a preservation of sensibility and emotion.

It is nature's energy that guides us and shapes us.

My work is about the embodiment of physical and physiological relationships between self, Other and Mother Nature. I look at concepts within evolutionary biology, evolutionary psychology and environmentalism to inform my creative process. Working in mediums including photography, video, sound and sculpture, I explore connections and occurrences within nature that are often overlooked or inaccessible to the naked eye. My creative process functions as a meditative exploration of sensibilities as well as an investigation of the life cycle.

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