Alana Rios is an artist using historical and contemporary photographic processes to explore the relationship between landscape images, gender, and power. Her exhibition Postpicturesque includes three bodies of work, Superbloom & Cut Flowers, The Calendar Project, and Vista Points: Overview & Time-Lapse. Her work has been exhibited at Root Division, Embark Gallery, and Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts. In 2019, she co-moderated a panel discussion at the SPE West Regional Conference titled, A Feminist View of the Landscape: An Intimate, Political and Emotional Relationship to the Land. She earned a BA in photography and printmaking from Bennington College in VT and an MFA in photography from San José State University. She is currently a lecturer in photography at San José State University and resides in Oakland, CA.
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