Dandridge, Logan, MFA
Art and Art History
Post-doctoral Scholar and Assistant Professor of Art and Art History
M.F.A., (Distinction), Fine Art, University of Oxford, 2018
B.A., Film and Media Studies, University of Virginia, 2016
Logan Ryland Dandridge is a visual artist whose films and video installations interpret the nuances of African American culture through the poetics and aesthetics of experimental cinema. His work interrogates various histories through a combination of assemblage, superimposition, and multi-channel orientation. As a filmmaker, cultural referencing, nostalgia, and religion are themes explored in his work.
He has exhibited at venues throughout North America and Europe including group exhibitions and screenings at the B Complex Gallery in Atlanta, Open Grounds in Charlottesville, Modern Art Oxford in England, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond.
Introduction to Digital Art; Advanced Digital Art; Film & Video Production.
Contemporary Art, Film Aesthetics, Video and Installation Art, Film Theory, Post-Civil Rights Era American History, Southern Education Policy, Documentary Filmmaking, Avante-garde Cinema, Musicology, Black Visual Culture, Transnational media.
Currently, Logan is working on a monograph that synthesizes concepts of narrativity and biomythography through a collection of lyric essays, photography, and aural media. The project analyzes the photography of Jamaican artist Vanley Burke and blends music and literary criticism with personal history.
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