Lost in My Mind (2019)
Lost in My Mind (2019) explores the internal relationship between the mental landscape and the body’s experiences through the use of photographic weave. In these works, he invites the viewer to explore and lose themselves to the visual density contained in these large woven works. Through the process of destruction and recombination, they explore the relationship between photography and the weave, and new images created from the redaction of the original photographs.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA Photography, 2019
Alex Nguyen is a photographer and paper artist from the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated form San Jose State University with a BA in Photography and a minor in Anthropology in 2013. His current practice explores the weave and its relationship with the photographic print, information and personal exploration.
- BA Studio Practice: Photography (Minor in Anthropology), San Jose State University, CA, USA, 2013
- School year presenter, digital photography instructor & pro-maker instructor, CAMP EDMO, San Francisco, California, 2015–17; Administrative intern & on-call preparator, San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco, California, 2013–17; Teaching assistant, San Jose State University: Photography Department, San Jose, California, 2012–17; Assistant gallery manager, Scott Nichols Gallery, San Francisco, California, 2013–15; Lab monitor, San Jose State University: Photography Department, San Jose, California, 2012–17
- 'DREAM', Arc Gallery, San Francisco, Califorina, 2018; Work-in-progress Show, RCA, London, 2018; Image and Idea, San Jose State University, California, 2011