Meg Madison is a artist who uses photography to conceptually examine memory, ritual, land use, water, feminism, and aging.
CV / BIO 2016
INLAND EMPIRE " a performance on the land" 2018
DESERT NEIGHBORS 2016
Madison - THIRST Note no. 2 Why Site Specific
Madison THIRST Artist Statement PDF
Madison Ten Notes - THIRST Note no. 2 Why Site Specific
Short VIDEO The Sun Prints of Meg Madison Schatzie by Kim Abeles
Short VIDEO MAH Studio Visits: Meg Madison by Mary Addison Hackett
ESSAY Cyanotypes Women & Nature by Betty Ann Brown PDF
Poem Map on the Water by Eve Wood
Photo chat: without a camera Saturday October - Transcription coming soon
Conversation with Meg Madison, Laura Parker, John Pearson, Shelia Pinkel, Julie Shafer, Ram Walker, Kristi Engle ( moderator)
Photographers discuss making images without a camera and how both site specificity and performance is important in this choice.
The Stream of Life 2012
Madison Stream of Life Artist Stmt
MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD 2002
Madison MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD STATEMENT
RUPTURED "Girls at Eleven" 1998 / 2014
mixed media photographs
The original 11' x 14' BW silver gelatin prints of "girls at eleven" were made in 1998 , the prints were punctured and linen thread was sewn directly on the original print in 2014.
Madison RUPTURED IMAGES
Madison RUPTURED STMT PDF
Madison RUPTURED VIDEO
WILDERNESS MIND: DISSOLVING DUALITY 2012
INTO THE WILDERNESS Isabelle Lutterodt, Director of Angel's Gate Cultural CenterEco-art Collective, Women's Caucus for Art Artists: Carolyn Applegate, Ulla Barr, Marie Cenkner, Danielle Eubank, Ann Isolde, MaryLinda Moss, J.J. L'Heureux, Nancy Lissaman, Meg Madison, Hiroko Momii, Sandra Mueller, Annemarie Rawlinson, Deborah Thomas and France White.
Link Madison's Work Runoff: Who gets the water in a desert?