Published: July 24, 2017

Kevin Hoth holding a cell phone in front of his eye, with a picture of his eye on the cell phone

Photographic works by Kevin Hoth, an instructor in the Technology, Arts & Media program, are being shown in three summer exhibitions and have also been published in a popular art magazine. The images are from Hoth’s series, “Everywhere And All At Once,”  landscape photography captured via technologically mediated vantage points.

Hoth’s photography was recently shown at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins and is being shown at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver and the Houston Center for Photography. Three of his “Everywhere and All at Once” images were also published in the May issue of Ello’s “Not For Print” magazine.

Kevin Hoth's photo of a lake and mountains shot partially through a magnifying glass

“By creating images that combine multiple scenes–albeit from the same vantage point—my aim is to create a two-dimensional image that encompasses a more whole experience of seeing,” says Hoth.

Hoth has shown photography, digital images, video and solo performance work in more than 70 exhibitions around the United States. This fall he will be teaching Image, Alternative Digital Imaging and Video Installation Art classes for the TAM program.