Elena Dahl received her MFA in Photography from the University of Florida in 2013, and she is an Assistant Professor of Art at Wittenberg University in Springfield, OH. She has also photographed for The Village Voice and participated in artist residencies such as ACRE (Chicago) and Home Base Projects (Berlin.) Her projects have been shown in national and international exhibitions, including “Context 2018” at Filter Space in Chicago. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art in San Bernardino, CA.
She works with physically and digitally manipulated photographs, sounds and materials to make feminist historical revisions and speculative fictions. Approaching photography as a phenomenon through which the world discloses itself to us, she treats the medium as a marvelous process that can illuminate questions of who is visible, who is invisible, who is allowed to see, and how these categories can be reconfigured in the formation of a more just world.
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