Jenn Libby

Jenn Libby is an installation artist who works extensively with the wet-plate collodion process and found media. She uses found objects, and both nineteenth-century and contemporary photographic processes, in a transformative act akin to a process of memory.

In 2005 Libby received her MFA in Visual Studies from the Visual Studies Workshop. She teaches workshops in historic photographic processes and is an adjunct professor and Research Center Coordinator at the Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY. She calls this gray city home and suspects the dearth of sunshine contributes to her enthusiasm for light.