Georgia Rhodes is an artist and educator working + living in Rhode Island. She is the Visualization and Imaging Research Associate at Nature Lab. She holds a BFA from Michigan State University in art education and an MFA from University of Georgia in photography. Her teaching and research is an inquiry into understanding the value of images and reframing their role in the economy of knowledge.
Stewart Copeland is an assistant professor in experimental art + technology at the University of New Mexico. He previously taught new media at the University of Illinois and in the landscape architecture department at Rhode Island School of Design. He is a transdisciplinary artist with a passion for emergent media, new narrative genres, and artistic research.
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TYPEFACES Vectrex by Lineto DM Sans by Colophon Foundry
The background image of the site is a collage of various cartography and aerial photography of Narragansett Bay. All images are captured by different apparatus and methods.
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