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Keely Hopkins is a lens and image based artist studying photography at NSCAD University in Kjipuktuk. After completing a degree in biology they decided to pursue the arts, and moved from the Prairies to the Maritimes.
Keely's work moves between digital and physical realms, often using the link between language and photography to communicate information. History, commodity, land, technology, and reality are all woven into the diverse styles of images they make. A systematic method of working that dissects micro/macro scales and interconnectedness reflect their scientific background into their art practice. Keely is a firm believer that boundary and binary driven interpretation leads to a limited sense of understanding. Immersive installation, sculputure, and experimental imaging are all methods they use in their practice.
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