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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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Emily Gomez

Emily
Gomez

SPE Member since 2004
Member Chapter: Southeast

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Chief Menominee Memorial, Plymouth, IN
Cyanotype on Vellum

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Carter's Lake Dam, former site of the Cherokee town of Coosawattee, Elijay, GA
Cyanotype on Vellum

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
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Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Cowee, Swain County, NC
Cyanotype on Vellum

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Untitled

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Nikwasi Mound, Franklin, NC
Cyanotype on Vellum

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Untitled

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Norwood Mound, Norwood, OH
Cyanotype on Vellum

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Untitled

Emily Gomez

SPE member since 2004
Porteus Mound, Coshocton, OH
Cyanotype on Vellum

about

Emily J. Gómez earned her B.A. in Fine Arts/Photography from Loyola University Chicago in 1998 and her M.F.A. with Distinction from the University of Georgia in 2006. Her large format photographs document former Indian town sites throughout the Southeastern and Midwestern United States. Through her work, she questions the foundation on which America was built and how we choose to memorialize or ignore our nation's past. She is an adopted member of the Santee Indian Nation of South Carolina and a Professor of Art at Georgia College in Milledgeville, Georgia.


More of Emily's photographs can be found at emilyjgomez.com

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