About Elena Haliczer

Elena Haliczer is a contemporary photographer, former startup founder, and technologist. Her photography explores themes of human impact upon and interactions with nature, and technological change and its potential to prolong and preserve human life. She works with digital camera, microscope, and iPhone and plays with a variety of processes including photogrammetry and 3D scanning, use of VR and AR environments, and DIY forensics to produce her series.

Education:

MA, English & American Literature

Group Exhibitions:

 

2020:

Isolation, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, Kansas

Framed: Landscape & Architecture, Black Box Gallery, Portland, Oregon

Homegrown, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, Kansas

Suburban Architecture, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, Kansas

The Shape of Things, Praxis Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Motion, PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Significant Colour, PH21 Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

International Photography Fellowship Competition - Developed Work, Midwest Center for Photography, Wichita, Kansas

2021:

Feature Shoot 'Print Swap' at The Laurent Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

Feature Shoot 'Print Swap' at The Foley Gallery, New York City,  New York

LoosenArt 'Environmental Alterations' Rome, Italy

Solo Exhibitions:

 

2021:

DeKalb Area Women's Center, DeKalb, Illinois

 

Awards:

 

2020:

3rd Prize, Mobile Photo of the Year, Photographic Museum of Humanity 

 

Publications:

 

2020:

C41 Magazine

Buzzfeed

 

2021:

PH Museum’s second book on mobile photography ‘Inside’