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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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Emma Powell

Emma
Powell

SPE Member since 2009
Member Chapter: Southwest

Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Empty Nesting Ground
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Memento Mori
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Final Heartbeat
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
The Voice in the Wall of Water
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Cooling the Earth
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
The Reindeer Magician
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Divination
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Departure
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Leaving Home
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Into Darkness
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Hope
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Impasse
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Turned to Stone
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Crystal Captive
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Reflection
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Emma Powell

SPE member since 2009
Nesting
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about

Emma Powell is an assistant professor at Colorado College. Powell graduated from the College of Wooster in Ohio and received her MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. Her work often examines photography's history while incorporating historic processes and or devices within the imagery. In her series In Search of Sleep, Powell uses the cyanotype process to create a visual lullaby in wish she explores personal narratives and metaphors.

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