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2021 SPE Annual Conference: Imagining Legacy: Archives, Collections, and Memoria

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Victoria Ridgway

Victoria
Ridgway

SPE Member since 2014
Member Chapter: Midwest

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2006 : Misinterpretation of Space and Distance
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2007 : Changes in Behavior: Anxiety
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2007 : Changes in Behavior: Anxiety
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2008 : Difficulty with Thinking and Reasoning
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2009 : Memory Loss: Forgetting Names
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2010 : Difficulty with Decisions
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2012 : Memory Loss: Forgetting Conversations and Events
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2013 : Changes in Behavior: Aggressiveness and Loss of Inhibitions
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2013 : Changes in Behavior: Aggressiveness and Loss of Inhibitions
Silver Gelatin Print

Victoria Ridgway

SPE member since 2014
2014 : Delusions
Silver Gelatin Print

about

Victoria Ridgway is a Indiana and Louisiana based Photographer. She recently received her MFA from Indiana University - Bloomington in May of 2019 and is currently an Assistant Professor at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Her work examines power structures in representation with particular focus on the representation of Fat bodies, the spaces and the roles they are denied access to and the urban legend of the Obesity epidemic. She has been a recipient of an Honorable mention from the 2017 Tokyo International Foto Awards and is a current finalist for the International Photography Annual 7 at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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