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Kelly O’Neill

Kelly O’Neill’s artwork focuses on the intersection of digital technology and cultural production. Concerned with the ubiquitous dissemination of photographic forms and their various impacts in fields as varied as court room hearings and social media, Kelly’s work tends to interpret these heterogeneous uses and highlight their many complicated intersections. Recently Kelly’s work has focused on 3D imaging techniques and how they model our contemporary understandings of spaces both physical and imagined. Having recently graduated from the University of Utah with an HBFA in Photography/Digital Imaging, Kelly lives in Salt Lake City where he remains engaged with the local art community while working at the Honors College.