Meggan Gould

May 2009

In her series Blackboards, Meggan Gould documents physical traces of the creative process in various locations, from the fine art studio to the science lab to the corporate boardroom. Even in the digital age, the black- or whiteboard remains a place where ideas take shape in successive layers of inspiration. Her time at Light Work will be spent realizing a portfolio of prints drawn from this series and others that she has in the works, including a collection of photographs that document the frenzied yet elegant dance of crows as they fly over the skies of Mumbai, India.

Meggan Gould holds an MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Her work has been shown widely, including exhibitions at such venues as Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, ME, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea, and Sesi Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil. She currently teaches photography at Bowdoin College in Maine.