Alex Arzt

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Alex Arzt  is an Oakland based interdisciplinary artist who uses photography, video, collaboration, publishing, and installation to investigate what “getting back to nature” can mean in the age of human-made ecological crises. In 2018, she was awarded grants from The Puffin Foundation and The East Bay Community Foundation, and she is an Affiliate Artist at The Headlands Center for the Arts. Her publishing projects have been stocked at Artbook @ MoMA PS1, Printed Matter, The Hammer Museum Store, and Motto Berlin. She earned a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she taught in the Art Foundations and Photography & Film Departments. She has attended residencies at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, PLAYA Summer Lake, Hambidge Center, A-Z West, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Mildred’s Lane, and This Will Take Time.

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