by Aloe Corry
Aloe Corry works primarily in photography, painting, and collage and graduated with a BFA from BYU in December 2016. Much of her art practice stems from the idea of dislocation, which she defines as the disruption of an established order or the physical sensation of having something pushed out of place. Corry is drawn to the uneasy line between the familiar and the unfamiliar, and many of her works serve as visual maps of dislocation: relics or remnants of the passage. She is interested in narrative: the potential of images to tell stories, and the power that we have as artists to disrupt, recalibrate, or distort those stories.