Zachary McCauley

Zachary McCauley was born in Anniston, Alabama in 1988. His work primarily explores personal identity, patterns of repetition and ritual, as well as the relationship of the figure and the landscape through photography, video, audio, and performance. He received his BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in photography from Jacksonville State University in 2011. His work has been exhibited across the Southeast, as well as in group exhibitions in Chicago and New York.

Hattiesburg, MS (2013)

Hattiesburg, MS (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Sometimes This Can Be Difficult

Sometimes This Can Be Difficult is the current state of an ongoing project in which I attempt to explore my immediate Southern landscape, and the individuals I meet within it, through photography using my iPhone. I chose to work with the camera phone as a way to investigate the concept of experience through process, and as a way to force a technology often used to escape the physical world into one used to interact with the environment.

Meridian, MS (2013)

Meridian, MS (2013)

West Monroe, LA (2013)

West Monroe, LA (2013)

West Monroe, LA (2013)

West Monroe, LA (2013)

Meridian, LA (2013)

Meridian, LA (2013)

New Albany, MS (2013)

New Albany, MS (2013)

Choudrant, LA (2014)

Choudrant, LA (2014)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

Ruston, LA (2013)

To view more of Zachary McCauley’s work please visit his website.



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