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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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Kevin Hoth

Kevin
Hoth

SPE Member since 2018
Member Chapter: Southwest

Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Peak
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Both And
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Saguaro 01
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Death Valley 01
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Death Valley 02
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Death Valley 03 - Tatooine Dunes
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Overdub
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Shot
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Hook
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Kevin Hoth

SPE member since 2018
Early Riser
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about

Kevin Hoth is an artist working primarily in photography and video. He received his MFA in Photography at the University of Washington, Seattle. He teaches courses on image breaking through physical and digital processes so that students might appreciate the malleability of the digital image as the primary visual information currency of our time. In past lives he has been a VJ collaborating with modern dance companies, worked for Amazon.com as a graphic designer, done comedic solo performances about small personal tragedies, and has made an interactive garment way back in 2005. His work deals with vantage point and how multiple spaces can be joined into one compressed frame. He has shown his work in over eighty exhibitions nationally and internationally and is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver, CO. His work can be seen online at kevinhoth.com.

Education:
M.F.A., University of Washington at Seattle, 1999
B.S.., University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1994

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