Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MFA Photography
Wesleyan University BA
About Jennifer Colten
Jennifer Colten’s work focuses on ambiguous landscapes- sites at the margins of the urban environment, and spaces that reveal a resilience of ecological transformation. Central concerns within her photographic practice reflect questions surrounding the representation of landscape, and examine multiple issues revealing social, cultural, and environmental implications of land use.
After receiving her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, Colten relocated to the Midwest to teach photography at Washington University Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.
Colten’s photographs are in collections of The Denver Art Museum, The Museum Hundertwasser in Vienna, AU, The Museum für Fotographie, Braunschweig, Germany, The Missouri History Museum, Special Collections at Washington University, Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogota, Museo de Antioquia, and Bellas Artes Institute in Medellin, Colombia, Centro Colombo Americano Institutions in Medellin and in Periera Colombia, South America.