Kimberlee Whaley

Photographer KIMBERLEE WHALEY, Minneapolis, will spend seven days in New Bedford, Massachusetts, to further define and develop a photographic project titled Fragments, about her hometown. A year ago, she began this photographic investigation by making images representing her parent's house and their personal belongings while addressing issues of space, form and light. The work focused on an interior home life of absence. She will further articulate and expand Fragments through this trip. The series is expected to include landscapes, with a focus on personal artifacts found at certain places and how they tell personal and collective stories. The long-range goal is to create her first significant body of work, pursue exhibition opportunities for it, and advance her professional career.

About this grant

Year
2004
Discipline
Visual Arts
Grant Program
Travel and Study
Location
Minnesota

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