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Amy Theiss Giese is a Boston based artist whose work is rooted in materialism, exploring what the fundamental forces are for a given medium. Focusing on photographic and sound recordings, she looks at how slipping between mediums alters perception and how the language of abstraction can address the intangible forces that shape our lives.
She has exhibited widely, most recently at the Sound Thought Signal Festival in Glasgow, Scotland; Granary Art Center, Utah; Pingyao, Lishui and Yixian International Photography Festivals in China; and the University of Maine Museum of Art. She has attended residencies at Mass MoCA and MeetFactory in Prague CZ. Giese has recently been featured in publications including PreCog Magazine and Art New England. She received her MFA in Photography from Parsons and her BA in Fine Arts from Amherst College. She is the Program Director of the MFA in Photography at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
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