Bio

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Kendall McMinimy uses photography, digital art, printmaking and sculpture to explore boundaries, structure and ideology as filtered through place. Stretching the legibility of representation, his work vacillates between the familiar and the fictitious, amplifying ambiguities, metaphor and associations to allow for continual shifts in the topographies of possibilities. 

 

Notable awards and exhibits include: “Cropping to Circles,” solo exhibit at the Great Plains Art Museum, Lincoln, NE (2016); “Syngenta Photography Exhibit,” London, England (2017), “Critical Mass 50,” GuatePhoto International Photography Festival, Guatemala City, Guatemala (2015); “Process,” Photo Center NW Gallery, Seattle (2014); The Print Center’s 88th Annual International Competition, The Print Center, Philadelphia (2014); and Review/CENTER, Santa Fe. He has participated in numerous solo and group shows around the United States, and “Cropping to Circles” was published in Harpers Magazine (March 2014). 

 

McMinimy holds an MA and MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Born and raised in the High Plains of Kansas, he has resided in Wisconsin since 1998. He is a frequent guest lecturer and teaches Digital Arts at Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin.