Sunday Ballew is a multi-media artist and educator from Austin, TX. She holds an MFA in Studio Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and a BA in Germanic Studies and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a former co-director of Clamp Light Studios & Gallery in San Antonio, TX, and currently teaches photography and art at St. Edward’s University and Texas State University. In her most recent project, she contributed a tapestry of interviews, concept design, and video to the collaborative, multi-media piece “The Living Coast,” with composer Justin Sherburn and cinematographer and director Anlo Sepulveda. Sunday has exhibited her work throughout Texas and on the East Coast.
Using photography, video and sound to capture aspects and dimensions of place (the people, the social movements and the physicalities of place), her work creates resonant waves of dissonance between modern-day fact and fictions. She works across collected information from the field and the final materialization of her current bodies of work are spatial relationships and expressions of a specific time and place, be it physical and/or virtual.
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Contact Sunday at firstname.lastname@example.org