Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman’s collaborative work has been featured in solo exhibitions at United Photo Industries in Brooklyn; Light House in the UK; the Contemporary Arts Center Las Vegas; Marks Center for the Arts in California; and the New Gallery in Calgary. Selections from their collaborations have been shown in the FotoFestiwal in Poland; Athens Photo Festival in Greece; the Houston Center for Photography; Baltimore Museum of Art; the 2nd Moscow International Biennale; RAIQ in Montréal; Peloton in Sydney, Australia; the Center on Contemporary Art Seattle; City Without Walls in New Jersey; and the Conflux Festival in NYC. Their Geolocation project was recently featured in Wired’s Raw File, NPR’s The Picture Show, Vice Magazine, Fotograf, the New York Times Lens Blog, Marketplace Tech Report, Utne Reader, the British Journal of Photography, BBC News Viewfinder, and the Washington Post, among many others. They recently completed a site-specific series of billboards for the 2012 Atlanta Celebrates Photography Public Art Commission.
Nate Larson is faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art. He received his MFA from The Ohio State University in 2002. Marni Shindelman is a lecturer in Photography at the University of Georgia. She received her MFA from the University of Florida in 2002.