When we look at a photograph, what exactly are we seeing? This Thursday, April 30 at 6PM CST, join us for a conversation between artist Anika Steppe and curator Taylor Bradley to consider how photographs mediate our experience of the world. Steppe and Bradley’s conversation will explore View from, an exhibition of Steppe’s work at the Courtyard Gallery, that highlights her interest in process, perception, and sense of place. View from is on view at the Courtyard Gallery (located in the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center) through July 2.
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Anika Steppe (b. 1991, Ann Arbor, MI) earned a BS in Cinema and Photography at Ithaca College (2013), and an MFA in Studio Art at The University of Texas at Austin (2018). Her work has been exhibited most recently at The Front, New Orleans, LA (2020); Houston Center for Photography (2019); Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2019); and Paradice Palase in partnership with ChaShaMa, Long Island City, NY (2019); amongst others. She was artist-in-residence at Malo Residency, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (2019), Monson Arts, Monson, ME (2019), and the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT (2018). She is currently the Richardson-Spica Artist-in-Residence Fellow at Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, MI.