Sharon Harper

Sharon Harper

Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies
Sharon Harper

Research Interests

Professor Harper works with photography and video, exploring how technology mediates our relationship with the natural world and generates perceptual experiences.

Related Publications

From Above and Below, by Sharon Harper, Santa Fe: Radius Books, 2013

Mannerism and Modernism: The Kasper Collection of Drawings and Photographs by William M. Griswold and Rhoda Eitel-Porter, New York: The Morgan Library and Museum, 2011

Daylight Magazine, Issue No. 9, November 2011

Humble Art Foundation Collector's Guide, Volume 2, New York, New York, 2010

Der Mond by Andreas Bluhm, Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Foundation Corboud, Cologne and Hantje Cantz, 2009

The Meaning of Photography, Edited by Robin Kelsey and Black Stimson, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute and Yale University Press, 2008

Visions From America by Sylvia Wolf. Prestel, 2002

Walk Ways, essay by Stuart Horodner. Independent Curators International, 2002

Faculty Department

Department of Visual and Environmental Studies

Contact Information

Carpenter Center B01, 24 Quincy Street

Research Areas

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