Aubrey Hays, What’s Left
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Aubrey Hays

What's Left, Northern Alaska, 2008
Website - AubreyHays.net

Aubrey Hays hails from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and a Navajo reservation in rural Arizona — a varied array of settings that have contributed to her aptitude for solo treks and a remote creative process. She received her MFA in Photography from Parsons The New School For Design, NYC, and her BFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art, in Portland Oregon. Aubrey has exhibited nationally on both coastlines, including participation in group exhibition with Aperture Gallery, as well as the Pingyao International Photo Festival in China. Through photographic performance, Aubrey examines the ways in which the figure relates to the natural world. In negotiating her own surroundings, a pursuance of realization and endurance is born. She currently resides in Brooklyn, and runs for the woods whenever possible.

Posted on Tuesday, February 12, 2008.

 

 

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