CPM Photographer of the Month
Kiera L. Faber: Completely Human
Center for Photography at Madison, 303 S. Paterson St.,
October 4, 2012, 7:00 PM
Kiera Faber's exhibit can also be seen on
Gallery Night, Friday, October 5, from 5-9 PM at
Kiera Faber is a visual artist working in the mediums of film,
photography, and drawing. She received her MFA from the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY. Faber's films have been
nationally and internationally exhibited. Her first film, Children of God, was the 1st place grant winner of the Wonder Women Short Film Competition
held at the Pen and Brush Gallery, NYC.
Faber's animation, Living Organics, was screened at the George Eastman House Museum of
Photography and nominated for best domestic animation at the Queens International Film Festival. Solo exhibitions of Living Organics
and its accompanying photographic series, 09.01.29, have been exhibited in Minneapolis and Altoona, PA.
As part of the Midwest
Photographers Project, Faber's animation and photographic series is in the temporary collection of The Museum of Contemporary Photography,
Currently, Faber is working on a combined stop motion animation and live motion short film titled
The Hidden. This project is
being funded in part from an Artist Intuitive Grant in Media Arts from the MN State Arts Board and a faculty research grant through
St Cloud State University.
Faber will open her latest photographic series, Completely Human, at
the October 4 Photographer of the Month Lecture at
the Center for Photography at Madison.
Children of God from Kiera Faber on Vimeo.