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Biographical Notes

Jennifer Moller is an awarding wining video artist and photographer, her work gravitates toward the philosophical, and in particular toward Buddhist ideas about impermanence and the metaphysics of immanence. She has created several public video installations, including the video installation, "seas" which is in the private collection of the Hood Museum at Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Her photography and videos have been exhibited nationally and she curated film festivals at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum on Cape Cod for several years. Moller also works collaboratively and she collaborated with sculptor Beth Ireland on the project, Turning Around America a/k/a Mobilia. She is an art educator and has taught in many instituations including; UMass Lowell, Art and Design, Institute of American Indian Art, The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, New England School of Photography, and The Santa Fe Media Workshops.

Artist Statement

"I am an interdisciplinary artist working across many boundaries, time and space, medium and discipline. I make visual art, construct installation, artist books and media projects including photography, animation, and video. My early background started in photography and drawing. I especially enjoy collaborations with other artists. I travel whenever the opportunity is presented and I have been teaching art process and practice to undergraduate and graduate students in Boston, Massachusetts and in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Through my work I have explored many subjects, the human unconscious, language, Buddhist thought, perception, and the notion of transcendence. I am deeply curious about the possibility and expansion of "human freedom."


pools (from series) ©Jennifer Moller



Jennifer Moller

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Cell: 505-919-8541 E-mail: jmoller2@gmail.com


Institute of American Indian Art, IAIA, Santa Fe, NM
Full Time Faculty, Artist in Residence, 2010 -2011

Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, Boston, MA
Digital Video Instructor Adjunct Professor, Video I Courses, BFA, 2005-09

Adjunct Professor, Pre-College Summer, 2004-09
Digital Imaging Instructor Adjunct Professor - BFA, 2007-09

Teaching in the Animation, Foundation, and Pre-college Departments, Courses include Conceptual Development, Digital Narratives, New Media, Digital Video, and Animation. Participation in faculty guided student critiques, faculty meetings and advising students in self-directed study projects. Also committed to curating and showing student video and animation work through the Boston Cyberarts Festival.

Curry College, Plymouth, MA
Associate Lecturer, Applied Technologies: Photoshop and Web Design Winter Semester 2005.

Reel Vision, Boston, MA
Taught filmmaking project with urban youth, Boston, MA Fall 2006-07.
Provincetown High School, Mentor in Digital Media, Academy, Provincetown, MA.
Created a Video Lab for the Academy Project, an independent arts program, in the Provincetown High School. Oct-June 2004-2006.

Photography/Video Workshop Instructor, 1996-Present
Great River Arts Institute, Bellows Falls, VT, Summer-08
Courses: Video Tribute and Digital Darkroom
Castle Hill Center for the Arts, Truro, MA, Summer 2007-09
Courses: Video Portrait, the Video Tribute and Digital Darkroom
Provincetown Art Association and Museum School,
Courses: Digital Photography Workshop, 2005/06
Cape Cod Photographic Workshops, Summer 2000-01
Courses: Light Painting
Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, 1996-2000,
Created and led photographic workshops for courses in Studio Lighting, Portrait Lighting and Travel Photography.


Maine College of Art –Studio Arts, New Media 2003 M.F.A.
University of Connecticut, Latin American Studies 1981 B.A.
El Centro Por Multicultural y Bilingual Estudias, 1980
Intensive in Cuernavaca, Mexico, Concentration in Spanish