Ariel Wilson is DOVAD's Visiting Assistant Professor.
Wilson’s work across media addresses the physicality, transparency, subjectivity and malleability of the photograph.
She received an MFA in Studio Art from the University of New Mexico and a BA in Studio Arts from Willamette University. Ariel taught at Southern Methodist University, Marshall University, University of New Mexico and Kathmandu University.
Wilson has exhibited work nationally and internationally including at the University of New Mexico Art Museum, 516 Arts, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Image Ark Nepal and in the Pingyao International Photography Festival.
She received a Beaumont Newhall Fellowship, and Visual Artist Residencies from Vermont Studio Center and Bikalpa Art Center.