Alana Campbell is a New York/Houston based artist specializing in photography and photographic manipulation. She is currently studying for a BFA in photography at Parsons School of Design. Her work is heavily influenced by her former dance training and her interest in historical art practices.
"Although my work does not often feature or study the "natural" world, I have become quite interested in how nature is depicted within several mediums of art. Particularly within the intersection of painting and photography, there is something quite otherworldly and spectacular about composed and captured nature. Probably because my skin tends to burn as easily as a piece of paper... I have been thinking of ways in which I can reflect and interpret my own relationship with the outdoors. With my newfound "love" or at least interest in capturing nature, I am excited to use this ACC collaboration as a way to further dive into what it means to capture reality through a piece of technology. Not only does this collective shed light on the importance of sustainability and self reflection, but it serves as a platform to experiment with ways in which art can shift and open up new ways of seeing the world. There is something very refreshing about this collective, and I am very thankful to be a part of this collaboration."
self portrait by Alana Campbell
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