Lake Roberson Newton is an artist and educator based in Memphis, Tennessee. He holds a MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a BA from Rhodes College. As an educator, Lake has taught at numerous institutions including Rhodes College, Memphis College of Art, New Mexico State University, Loyola University Maryland and Southwest Tennessee Community College. Lake’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, with recent shows at Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati (2020), Susquehanna Art Museum in Pennsylvania (2020), Masur Museum of Art in Louisiana (2020), Middle Tennessee State University (2020), Texas Woman’s University (2020), Oklahoma State University (2019), Crosstown Arts in Memphis (2019), Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts (2019), Marshall University in West Virginia (2019), and Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana (2018). His work has appeared in numerous online and print journals including Float Magazine, Art Papers, Ain’t Bad Magazine, Oxford American, Sun Magazine, F-Stop Magazine, and Leica Fotographie International. His creative research explores both banal moments and historical contexts, and tests how these can be elevated as signs or signifiers of human existence and communication. The work is generated utilizing the diverse media of photography, flatbed scanners, video, drones, sound and installation.

Saturday, July 31, 2021 to Sunday, September 26, 2021