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 physical and spiritual constitution 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 is an artist-in-residence with the Whiti O Rehua MFA Program at Massey University and 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).

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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