Location: Fayetteville, AR
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Zora J Murff is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Arkansas. He received his MFA in Studio Art from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln and holds a BS in Psychology from Iowa State University. Zora’s work addresses questions related to social aspects of making and consuming imagery. His work has been exhibited nationally, internationally, and published in Aperture Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, and The Atlantic.
Zora was named an Aperture Portfolio Prize finalist, an honoree for PDN’s 30: New & Emerging Photographers to Watch, was selected as a Light Work Artist-in-Residence, and a Hammonds House Honors nominee. He has published books with Aint-Bad Editions and Kris Graves Projects. His most recent publication, At No Point In Between was published by Dais Books. Zora is also a Co-Curator of Strange Fire Collective, a group of interdisciplinary artists, writers, and curators working to promote and construct an archive of artwork created by women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals. To find out more, please visit their website.