Steven Miner (b.1993) is a photographic artist currently living in West, Michigan. He received his B.F.A in Photography from Kendall College of Art and Design in 2017. His work and interests attempt to understand the representational and phycological surface of images. His current projects deal with the contemporarily difficult task of delineating asceticism, relevance and meaning within photography.
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This aggregation of images exercises the simple and overwhelmingly accessible magic of photography. Allowing free association to be at play, the works function together as a single collage or space from which to consider the way they speak to each other and the viewer. Through aesthetic banter I am asking the viewer to consider the consequences of images when they choose to represent anything from politics to paradise. While constructed in the vein of on the road photography, these images were made rather quickly. They are Intended to be consumed through digital platforms, quickly, brashly and lightly.
To view more of Steven Miner’s work please visit his website.