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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Brandon Bauer

Brandon
Bauer

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Midwest

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Trinity/Trinity - July 16, 1945
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Dorothy Day
Archival Pigment Print on Paper

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Operation Sandstone/Yoke - April 30, 1948
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Department of Correction
Archival Pigment Print on Paper

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Operation Tumbler-Snapper/Fox - May 25, 1952
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Statement to the Court
Archival Pigment Print on Paper

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Operation Hardtack I/Fig - August 18, 1958
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Diego Rivera
Archival Pigment Print on Paper

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Operation Dominic/Frigate Bird - May 6, 1962
Archival Pigment Print on Canvas

Brandon Bauer

SPE member since 2014
Western Union
Archival Pigment Print on Paper

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Brandon Bauer is a Wisconsin-based artist. He uses art as a space for critical and ethical inquiry, discourse and dialog. His work explores themes of social justice, capitalism, consumerism, democracy, war and critical histories embedded in cultural ephemera. His work employs photography, video, collage, drawing, installation and collaborative produced projects. Brandon has exhibited and screened his work nationally and internationally. Brandon’s work has been produced in DVD editions, used as illustration for various editorial publications and books and has been published in poster editions. Brandon is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin.

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