About

Wes Kline is an Assistant Professor of Photography at New Mexico State University, having taught previously for six years at the University of Florida and two years at St. Lawrence University. He earned his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2005. His research and work looks at "minor" pivots in modernist narratives, focusing specifically on aesthetics, language and performance in proximity to architecture, philosophy and metamodernism. He has shown his work nationally and internationally and teaches courses in photography and extended media, including video, installation and sound.

About

 

Wes Kline is an Assistant Professor of Photography at New Mexico State University, having taught previously for six years at the University of Florida and two years at St. Lawrence University. He earned his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2005.

His research and work looks at "minor" pivots in modernist narratives, focusing specifically on aesthetics, language and performance in proximity to architecture, philosophy and metamodernism. He has shown his work nationally and internationally and teaches courses in photography and extended media, including video, installation and sound.

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