Madison Emond is an intermedia artist whose practice focuses on interactions between people and land. She uses the photographic process as a method of gaining a greater understanding of the sentience of Earth.

Emond received a Fulbright Award for her photography and traveled to Aotearoa New Zealand to complete her year long award in January 2023. In Pōneke | Wellington, NZ, she was an artist-in-residence with the Whiti O Rehua MFA Program at Massey University and continues to be a member of Te Waituhi ā Nuku: Drawing Open research and artist collective.

She has exhibited across the northeast and internationally at 
Howard Greenberg Gallery (Manhattan, NY), Photo + Sphere Festival
(Asheville, NC) and Space Place Gallery (Nizhny Tagil,  Russia) and the
Aratoi Museum of Art and History (Masterton, Aotearoa New Zealand).

She graduated from Bard College in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Photography. She previously lived in Providence, Rhode Island where she served as the Studio Manager of AS220 Community Studios, a collection of creative workspaces offering local artists affordable access to a community printshop, fabrication lab, darkroom and media arts lab.

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The River Sees

A project with the Kaiwharawhara Stream in Pōneke, Aotearoa New Zealand.

2020 - Present


It’s exactly as it sounds. 
Quahog clamshells that have been converted into pinhole cameras. 

2020 - 2021

Of Light and Marrow

A collaboration with Lyza Baum and the Narragansett Bay. 

2018 - 2020

North Side of the Sound

Using my senior thesis methods with the Narragansett Bay in the East Bay area of Rhode Island, USA, my home.

©Madison Emond
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