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Holden Treadway is an interdisciplinary worker, researcher, and educator. Through process-driven and interactive environments, Holden's work explores natural and manufactured representations of decay and the role of impermanence in visual and auditory information. He uses both analog tools and emerging technology to create ethnographic documents that are reactive to time, movement, and location. 

Holden received his bachelor's degree at the University of Kentucky and is currently an MFA candidate in Filmmaking at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He is an instructor of both new media and emulsion-based processes. 

His work has been presented internationally, including galleries and venues in Canada, Mexico, England, India, Austria, Croatia, Italy, and the United States. He has been supported by 1708 Gallery, Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto, Harkat Lab, and the Pedagogy Initiative Grant.



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