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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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Richard Gray

Richard
Gray

SPE Member since 1980
Member Chapter: Midwest

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
T.H. from the 98.6 project
Archival Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
A.G., from the 98.6 project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
E.N., from the 98.6 project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Being 1 (adrenal gland), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Being 2 (adrenal gland), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Being 4 (lymphocytes), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Witness #4 (thyroid), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Witness #1 (blood), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Pint

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Witness #6 (spleen), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

Richard Gray

SPE member since 1980
Techniques of the Body #3 (adrenal gland), from the Human Factors project.
Pigment Print

about

Richard Gray is Associate Professor of Photography and Chairperson of the Department of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Notre Dame. Gray teaches courses in photography, video and related media and has exhibited his artwork nationally and internationally for thirty years.

Richard's visual projects investigate the role scientific and technological imaging plays in expanding definitions of human identity and the contemporary self. His current artwork incorporates microscopic and thermal infrared images of the body, exploring dialectic relationships between the visible and the sub-visible. Gray is particularly interested in typologies, their indexical relationship to visual systems and the cultural influence these systems have on our understanding of what it means to be "photographed."

Richard is a former Chair of the SPE Board of Directors and served on the SPE board from 2004-2013. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. Richard lives and works in South Bend, Indiana, USA.

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