Donna Garcia is a fine art photographer whose work modulates against a fixed self. She creates images that аre indexical in nature not iconic - they are uncertain and indeterminate. The idea of time oscillation is throughout her work, and reads neither in one place nor another - destabilizing our perspective. Self-portraiture with motion and the idea of animism provide an indication of the other, a threat to the fixed position. Her work is evocative and represents the trace of what is coming.
She has exhibited at The Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Praxis Gallery, SITE: Brooklyn, Atlanta Photography Group, Rockport Museum, Jadite Gallery (NYC), CPAC Denver, PH21 Contemporary, Budapest and CA Center for Photographic Arts. Her work has been featured in PDN Magazine, The Cape Cod Times, SocialDocumentary.net, Grryo.com, Art Ascent Magazine and In-the-In- Between.com. She holds an MFA in Photography from Savannah College of Art and Design.