Multi-disciplinary artist Tony M. Bingham lives and works in Birmingham, AL. Bingham received his BA in Communications from Antioch College, an MA in Film and Community Media from Goddard College, and an MFA from Georgia State University. Bingham’s research and resulting work explore communities and public space – sites of enslaved, extractive, or industrialized labor – throughout Alabama including Fairfield, Helena, Panola, Tannehill, and Titusville. Through his sculptures, large scale photography, and found audio work, Bingham draws reference to unmarked burial sites and vernacular headstones, calling into question where, how, and who we collectively remember. Bingham currently teaches humanities and studio art at Miles College in Fairfield, AL. “I hope to be in conversation with like-minded people who incorporate ancestral spirits in their thoughts and art making.”
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