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Born and raised in Wisconsin, I have always loved the Midwest landscape and all of the beautiful elements that nature has to offer. I am currently in my final year at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as I earn my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art with an Emphasis in Photography and Imaging.

 In progress photos of the making of Deterioration.
In progress photos of the making of Deterioration.

Recently, my work has revolved around medium and large format film photography as well as working with various types of alternative processes including lumen prints, cyanotypes, and van dykes. I find myself drawn to film and alternative process photography due to the tangibility and ephemerality of it. For my work specifically, I use aspects of the landscape in connection to the self.

From this connection, I represent emotional or psychological narratives that revolve around themes of depression, death, deterioration, and identity. Within my art making process, I work intuitively, allowing my creativity to access an endless stream of consciousness. I approach each investigation with openness and curiosity, permitting the process to unfold organically. For instance, in the making of my artist book, Deterioration, I allowed the ground and the sun to be the catalyst from which my pages were made. I used the interaction of household chemicals and the natural elements of soil and rain to create the lumen prints.

I allow the ephemerality of these processes to alter and change the material through happy accidents, experimentation, and sensitivity. In-progress work can be found on my Instagram feed at emilylevack. 

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Ebony H. Flag

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In 2018 I was challenged by a mentor of mine, to not just call myself a visual artist, but  ponder on what type of artist

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Carolyn Enz Hack in the studio 2020

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Drawing is a useful tool for generating new work, but drawing has limits when the subject of the work is an elusive concept. I enjoy

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Constellations at Main Street Arts, January 16–February 26, 2021

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As we enter the final week of the three person exhibition, Constellations I find myself revisiting the work by Mizin Shin, Sara Baker Michalak, and

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Robert Ernst Marx

I treasure the studio visits I’ve had the good fortune to conduct since 2013 in my role at Main Street Arts. As a curator, it

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My name is Laura Minor. I am an artist and art educator living in Hamburg, NY.  I studied photography at the Fashion institute of Technology and

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In progress photos of the making of Deterioration.

Emily Levack

Born and raised in Wisconsin, I have always loved the Midwest landscape and all of the beautiful elements that nature has to offer. I am

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