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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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Jodie Goodnough

Jodie
Goodnough

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Northeast

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Buffalo State Hospital / Hotel Henry
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Hackensack Hospital
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Megan
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Ludington State Park, MI
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Weston State Hospital / Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum Museum
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Hackensack Hospital
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Katherine
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Ludington State Park, MI
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Weston State Hospital / Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum Museum
Archival Inkjet Print

Jodie Goodnough

SPE member since 2012
Hackensack Hospital
Archival Inkjet Print

about

Jodie Mim Goodnough is a Providence, Rhode Island-based artist whose work revolves around the use of images in psychology and psychiatry, and includes photography, sculpture, performance, video and sound. She attended the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine and received her MFA from Tufts University in May 2013. Her work has been shown nationally in both solo and group exhibitions, including at the Midwest Center for Photography, the William Morris Hunt Library of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and at Spring/Break Art Fair in New York City, and has been reviewed in publications such as Art New England and the Boston Globe. Goodnough is currently on the faculty at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.

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