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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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Tracy Fish

Tracy
Fish

SPE Member since 2015
Member Chapter: West

Tracy Fish

SPE member since 2015
Postcards, Newberry, South Carolina
Archival Pigment Print

Tracy Fish

SPE member since 2015
Woodpecker Holes, Jefferson City, Tennessee
Archival Pigment Print

Tracy Fish

SPE member since 2015
Waiting, McCammon, Idaho
Archival Pigment Print

Tracy Fish

SPE member since 2015
Lake Michigan, Loyola, Illinois
Archival Pigment Print

Tracy Fish

SPE member since 2015
Wahweap Overlook, Arizona

about

Tracy Fish, born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., received her MFA in Experimental & Documentary Arts from Duke University (2015) and her BA in Art Studio from Coastal Carolina University (2012).

Tracy Fish uses her interest in travel, culture and history as a catalyst in exploring themes of place and memory through a variety of mediums including photography, audio and experimental videography. Both her upbringing in New York City and former residency in the south has informed her work and process. Fish has won various awards and exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her first collaborative book Chasing the Paper Canoe was published in 2013 by the Athenaeum Press.

Currently, she is the Assistant Professor of Photography at University of Nevada, Reno teaching courses in both still and moving image at the undergraduate and graduate level.

As a teacher, Fish is dedicated to creating a space for community and conversation that exists both inside and out of the classroom. She encourages her students to be receptive and observational to the complexities of society, question what they are exposed to and use these results as a tool for discovering what is important to them. Fish believes that this simultaneous question and search for answers will help contribute to her students finding themselves as both makers and artists.

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