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Quinn Standley (B. Phoenix, Arizona) is an installation artist who uses integrated imaging technologies to ontologically research the nature of being, time, and space through a rigorous self-documentary practice. His practice investigates the materiality of the universe, the mechanics of consciousness, and ecological interconnectedness. His philosophical, critical, and introspective multimedia projects are simultaneously other-worldly and yet deeply human.


Quinn received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Arizona School of Fine Arts majoring in studio art with an emphasis in photography, video, and imaging. He has been awarded the 2022 Undergraduate Creative Achievement Award for the University of Arizona School of Art and the Andrew W. Eddowes Memorial Photography Scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year. As of the fall of 2023 Quinn is a Master of Fine Arts student at Virginia Commonwealth University with a concentration in Kinetic Imaging. 

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Click the link below to read about Quinn Standley's nomination for the 2022 UofA Creative Achievement Award on the behalf of his faculty mentors:

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