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gatlinggun

Bio
Indiana-based photographer and writer (b. 1994) documenting the intersections between politics, place and memory. Editor of The Prindle Post and Graduate Fellow at the Prindle Institute for Ethics.

Contact
Connerjtgordon(at)gmail.com

Education
2016  BA in Political Science (summa cum laude), DePauw University

Publications
2017  Fraction MagazineIssue 98
2017  The Place Where You LiveOrion Magazine
2017  Pictures Without WordsIssue 001
2016  Touch.My.Prints, Issue 05
2014  A Midwestern ReviewFall & Spring Issues

Exhibitions
2017  Landscape, Grand and Personal, Southeast Center for Photography (upcoming)
2017  Nothing Special, L.A. Photo Curator
2017  Long Shot, Photographic Center Northwest
2017  Constructing NarrativeLight Leaked
2017  I.P.F Photo Prize, House of Vans, London
2017  Group Show #52: Alternative FactsHumble Arts Foundation

Awards
2017  Second PlaceNothing Special, L.A. Photo Curator
2017  Shortlist, I.P.F. Photo Prize
2017  Alternate, Fulbright Research Award, Kosovo
2016  Stephen Charles Sellett Award, outstanding political science senior, DePauw University
2016  Dr. Irving Serlin Distinguished Honor Scholar Award, DePauw University
2016  Honorable Mention, Radius Books Book Weekend Scholarship
2015  Phi Beta Kappa, DePauw University
2015  Richard Watson Bunch Scholarship, outstanding political science junior, DePauw University
2013  First-Year Seminar Best Essay Contest, DePauw University
2012  Rector Scholar, DePauw University
2011  Gold Circle Award, Columbia Scholastic Press Association

Features
2017  Fotoroom
2017  Mull It Over
2017  Aint-Bad
2017  Art Narratives
2016  Pool Resources
2016  Another Place Magazine
2016  FlakPhoto
2015  Same Coin Press

Selected Writing
2017  “In Dana Schutz’s ‘Open Casket,’ Interrogating the Aesthetics of Erasure.The Prindle Post
2017  “Should Americans Hope for a President Pence? The Prindle Post
2017  What Democracy Looks Like. The Prindle Post
2017  “Standing Still in Las Vegas. The Prindle Post
2016  Open Mike Eagle, Race and Getting the Joke.” The Prindle Post
2016  Should Musician’s Intent Matter to Political Campaigns? The Prindle Post
2015  Seeking Out Schrödinger’s Cat.” The Prindle Post
2015  A Rose in a City Square.” The Prindle Post

Research
2016  “Where Does That Flower Bloom.” Honor Scholar Program, DePauw University
2016  “Reflections on Ethnic Partition in Post-Dayton Bosnia.” DePauw University
2015  “A Resistance, Remembered? Remembrance, Commemoration and the Parallel System in Prishtina, Kosovo.” SIT Digital Collections, World Learning

Presentations
2016  Artsfest: Art and Utopia, DePauw University
2016  Political Science Senior Showcase, DePauw University