Alexandra Huddleston is a contemporary artist whose work re-contextualizes, re-creates, and re-writes the elements of landscape photography. Among other honors, she has received a Fulbright Research Grant and her prints have been acquired by the US Library of Congress, the National Museum of African Art, and the British Library. She has been an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center on an NEA fellowship (USA, 2007), the UCROSS Foundation (USA, 2008), Michigan State University (USA, 2008), Cow House Studios (Ireland, 2016), Cill Rialaig (Ireland, 2017), and Common Ground (Scotland, 2017).
“Opened. Matter.” - September 2018, Glasgow School of Art postgraduate Degree Show, Scotland
“Opened. Matter.” is an exhibition centered around three photographic installations, Chrysalis, A Sea Change, and Cernunnos. Each piece depicts moments when the boundaries among spaces, times, and materialities are porous and adulterated. Fragility and metamorphosis are central concepts behind the work’s content and its material structure…
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