Dylan Mc Laughlin
Dylan McLaughlin is a sound/video artist working to deconstruct and make transparent the tensions in relationship to technology and how perceptions are translated to ecology of place. He is currently working in forms of resilience to and deconstruction of tensions in relationship to violence imbedded in land. Looking to sites of extraction, his current work explores liminal spaces through sonic forms of our witness and implication. In his multi-media installation, interactive, and performative works, he looks to engage the poetics and politics of landscape formation and human affect. McLaughlin creates works that respond to place, using materials that speak from landscapes, incorporating technology that activates or provides a container from which to experience. He is currently working toward an MFA in Art & Ecology at the University of New Mexico.
McLaughlin is born of the Diné people. He works in reference to this cultural upbringing and political tension. He received his BFA in New Media Art from the Institute of American Indian Arts, and is currently working toward an MFA in Art & Ecology at the University of New Mexico.
• Identity as Material, Material as Identity I UNM ART Museum I Albuquerque, New Mexico I 2020
• There Must Be Other Names for the River I National Hispanic Cultural Center I Albuquerque, New Mexico I 2019
• Species In Peril I 516 Arts I Albuquerque, New Mexico I 2019
• Resonant Affect I Ellsworth Gallery I Santa Fe, New Mexico I 2019
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