Atlanta-based artist Beth Lilly currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She received an MFA in Photography from Georgia State University in 1993 and an ABJ from the University of Georgia in 1985. Her work utilizes the wide range of photographic possibilities in her conceptually driven projects. Published by Kehrer Verlag, a compilation of work from her performance/cell phone art project, The Oracle @ WiFi, will be released September 2012. The Oracle project was also featured in "Noplaceness: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape" published in 2011. Her work has been shown at New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, The Center for Photography in Woodstock, Silver Eye Center for Photography, among other institutions. She was awarded ACP's (Atlanta Celebrates Photography) annual public art grant in 2009. Her work has been reviewed and published in Fraction Magazine, Art Papers, Lens Culture, and The Photo Review and more. She teaches photography at Kennesaw State University's Department of Visual Arts.