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Martin Wannam

Martin
Wannam

SPE Member since 2017
Member Chapter: Southeast

Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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Martin Wannam

SPE member since 2017
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about

Martín Wannam (b. 1992, Guatemala) is a visual artist and educator whose work critically examines Guatemalan's historical, social, and political climate, focusing on freedom dreaming for the queer individual. He focuses on the intersection of brownness and queer utopia that uses the foundation of iconoclasm and the aesthetic of maximalism through the tools of photography, sculpture, and performance for the constant evaluation of systematic structures such as religion, coloniality, folklore, and white supremacy.

He received his MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico in the Spring of 2020, a Diploma in Contemporary photography from La Fototeca (GT) in 2016, and a BA in Graphic Design from the Universidad Rafael Landivar (GT) in 2015. Wannam has exhibited nationally and internationally, including various group and solo shows in Guatemala, The United States, Rotterdam, Netherlands, and Korea. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor in Studio Art at UNC Chapel Hill and part of the Fronteristxs Collective, a collective of artists fighting for migrant justice and the abolition of the prison industrial complex.

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