New AP/RC Artist: Justin Diggle

Much of Justin Diggle’s artwork focuses on the ever increasing surveillance of individuals. His birds act as metaphors for cameras, scanners, drones, satellites, and GPS devices that keep tabs on our movements, or allow us to be voyeurs in the lives of strangers. Diggle teaches printmaking at The University of Utah.

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1 Response to New AP/RC Artist: Justin Diggle

  1. Michael R. Halldorson says:

    Just found this. I find your imagery intriguing. Your thoughts and prints on drones and cameras are very timely. I spent time in Holland with M. C. Escher and love your draftsmanship. Best of luck in 2017.
    Michael Halldorson

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