Julianne Nash (b. 1991, Massachusetts) is a New York City based photographer whose work contends with notions of sight and its inevitable decay, in relationship to the fallibility of digital media and our waining natural environment. By utilizing logarithmic computer vision, Julianne algorithmically stacks multiple images together in order to contend with the inherent tropes and indexicality in contemporary photography. At it’s core, all of Julianne’s work stems from deeply personal relationships and the loss of such.
Julianne recently received her MFA in Photography Video and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts, where was awarded the Assistantship Scholarship for two consecutive years, and the Alumni Scholarship in 2018. Julianne received her BFA in Photography from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with Departmental Honors in 2013. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout New York and Boston. Julianne's most recent exhibitions include L'art du Partage, Saint-Paul de Mausole in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (France) and in the Place Title Here exhibition at the Plaxall Gallery in New York. She recently self published an handmade artist book of her work, Agglomeration, which can be viewed at the School of Visual Arts Library in their Artst/Rare Book Collection. A selection of Julianne's images may also be purchased through Areté Gallery's Flat File Program in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
CONTACT: julianneknash (at) gmail (dot) com
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