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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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Kristen Roles

Kristen
Roles

SPE Member since 2013
Member Chapter: Southwest

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
it extends from a spaceless within to the edge of what can be loved

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
as if to alert a ship at sea
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
we did approach, and hesitantly so
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
somewhere better than this place
archival pigment print from compromised negative

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
pink snow at the continental divide
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
gone from my sight
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
greyhound, 35mm test roll (image by Jaroslaw Studencki)
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
and was and is
archival pigment print

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
our hands on the gearshift
handbound book

Kristen Roles

SPE member since 2013
because i do not yet understand the difference between happiness and holding
sand- or cotton-filled pillows

about

Kristen is currently coming to terms with constructive uncertainty in Columbia, SC after completing her MFA from the University of New Mexico in May, 2018.
She wants her work to hover along the edge of existence, but it exists concretely enough to have been exhibited recently at Graft, Small Engine, and 516 Arts in Albuquerque; David Richard and Form & Concept in Santa Fe; and featured online and in print by Aint-Bad, Palm" Studios, The Skinned Knee Collective, Don't Smile, Photo-Emphasis, Der Greif, Oranbeg Press, and Lenscratch.
She will be in residence in London this autumn with the CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF SUBSTRUCTURED LOSS for applied grief and bereavement research.

She hopes you'll visit www.Jaroslawstudencki.com to keep alive the work of a brilliant artist/human with whom she shared too little time in this world.



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