Diane Fenster’s art first received notice during the era of early experimentations with digital imaging. Her work has been called an important voice in the development of a true digital aesthetic. She views herself as an alchemist, using digital tools to delve into fundamental human issues. Her work is literary and emotional, full of symbolism and multiple layers of meaning. Her style marries her photography with evocative and fragmented imagery. Fenster weaves her way through the impersonal medium of digital technology to bring forth sensitive portrayals of themes and images that can provoke powerful viewer responses. Her images appear in numerous publications on digital art including the APERTURE monograph METAMORPHOSES: PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE, WOMEN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY published by MIT press, the ART IN THE DIGITAL AGE edited by Bruce Wands, School of Visual Art, NYC. She has been a guest lecturer at many seminars and conferences, her work has been internationally exhibited and is part of museum, corporate and private collections. Recent recognition includes Potolucida’s Critical Mass Top 200, 2022, shortlisted for the Royal Photographic Society’s International exhibit 164,  inclusion in the International Center of Photography (ICP) #ICP Concerned exhibit and book,  SOBRE UNA MUJER (ABOUT A WOMAN), exhibit at AMA- Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.

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