Jacqueline Schlossman is an artist that uses photography to highlight the complicated relationship between nature and culture. Her conceptual and documentary projects primarily explore the way our understanding of the 'natural' world has been highly constructed and how this affects our relationship to the landscape. Her most recent series, Viewing Places was published this March in The National Park to Come by Margret Grebowicz, a Stanford University Press Brief.
Jacqueline teaches college level photography and electronic imaging and resides in Brooklyn, NY. She attended Sarah Lawrence College (BA) and Maryland Institute College of Art (MFA). Her work has been published and exhibited internationally in publications such as Monu Urbanism and the Brooklyn Rail.