Georgia Rhodes

Georgia Rhodes

Georgia Rhodes is a Providence-based artist by way of the Midwest. She holds an MFA in Photography from the University of Georgia and a BFA in Art Education from Michigan State University. Her approach to making and knowing utilizes both art and design practices and scientific methodology. As a fine artist, she is interested in observing the way people make images and record their world, and exploring the way human anxiety causes us to interact with the natural environment. Current Nature Lab projects include RI STAC grant-funded Large Scale Projection Mapping as a Collaborative Platform for Communication and Discourse Using Oceanographic Data and Physical Modeling of Narragansett Bay and co-developing Vis-A-Thon, a program designed to reimagine visualization as an evolving process of inquiry.

Fall 2022

DM-7152-01 Research Studio: Techlands

Spring 2023

DM-7152-01 Research Studio: Techlands
head shot of Georgia Rhodes
  • MFA, The University of Georgia