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Dandridge, Logan, MFA

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Art and Art History, Peeler Art Center, Room 004
Greencastle, IN
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Art and Art History

Post-doctoral Scholar and Assistant Professor of Art and Art History

Education:

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. 

Courses:

Introduction to Digital Art; Advanced Digital Art; Film & Video Production. 

Research Interests:

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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