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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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Krista  Wortendyke

Krista
Wortendyke

SPE Member since 2016
Member Chapter: Midwest

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
American BBQ
Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
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Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
#Mass_Observation
Laserjet prints, wheat paste

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
American Pole
Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
(re): media_untitled_002
Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
American Tree
Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
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Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
American Tree (2)
Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
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Inkjet print

Krista Wortendyke

SPE member since 2016
Chinese (Street Shooting)
Inkjet print

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Krista Wortendyke (b. 1979, Nyack, New York) is a Chicago-based conceptual artist. She received her MFA in Photography from Columbia College in 2007. Her ongoing work examines violence through the lens of photography. Her images are a result of a constant grappling with the mediation of war and brutality both locally and globally. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Schneider Gallery and Weinberg/Newton Gallery in Chicago, The Griffin Museum in Boston, and many other venues across the United States. Additionally, Krista’s work is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Krista is currently an adjunct professor of photography at Columbia College Chicago and Loyola University.

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