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Amber Doe

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Amber Doe is an interdisciplinary artist working in textile, sculpture, installation, sound, photography and video. Doe creates generative, immersive works with urgency based on American state sanctioned violence. Doe creates work with a historical and contemporary understanding of American and post colonial western societies’ desire to control and subdue black bodies along with a vivid material portrait of her immediate family, diasporic and interspecies family.

Doe’s work has been exhibited at the Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo TX, Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI the Museum of Museums, Seattle, WA, the LeRoy Neiman Art Center, New York City, and a solo exhibition at Snakebite Gallery, Tucson, AZ. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College.
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