Jenny Irene Miller
Where the tundra meets the ocean renders family through photographs and the reactivation of familial archival images and documents. This ongoing project centers on Inupiaq and queer quotidian moments and memories. An intergenerational dialogue between myself, family members, and those who have passed, this work features the strong women in my life, soft moments found at home with my partner, and the spaces and memories where I find comfort. These photographs help me keep those in my family who have passed alive and my kin nearby.
Where the tundra meets the ocean
Limited Edition Prints Available
Foto Forum Santa Fe Exhibition Record
solo exhibition, date TBA
Jenny Irene Miller (Inupiaq) is an artist who works primarily with photography. She is originally from Nome, Alaska and is based in Anchorage, Alaska. Jenny recently received an MFA in Art Studio, Photography from the University of New Mexico in Spring 2022. She holds a BFA in Photomedia and a BA in American Indian Studies from the University of Washington. She is a past Beaumont Newhall/Van Deren Coke Photography Fellow, a Caleb Scholar, SITE Santa Fe Scholar, Elizabeth Furber Fellow, and Fulbright Canada Killam Fellow.
Her work has been exhibited nationally at the Anchorage Museum, Portland Art Museum, SITE Santa Fe, Penumbra Foundation, The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Southampton Arts Center, and more. She has also exhibited internationally at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Canada and at the Incheon Open Port in South Korea, to name a few.
Jenny is a recipient of awards from the Alaska Humanities Forum, National Geographic, Fulbright Canada, and a Fulbright Canada Killam Fellowship to Canada. Her work has been published by Inuit Art Quarterly, the New York Times, National Geographic, Canadian Art, Fifth Wheel Press, Forum Magazine, and Lenscratch among others.
Pronouns: she/her, they/them