Ken Hohing

Ken Hohing

Ken Hohing’s photography has been widely exhibited both in the United States and abroad.  His work represents a continuing desire to investigate many societal taboos associated with human behavior and our ever-increasing disconnect from nature.

He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Fine Arts at Rutgers University Camden, where he teaches the Photography program and leads International Studies tours abroad.

Hohing is a graduate of Rutgers University, Department of Fine Arts where he specialized in photography and printmaking.  He also studied visual sociology and photo design at the Johann Wolfgang Geothe University in Frankfurt and the Gasamthochschule in Kassel, Germany.

Ken Hohing, Mud Season Review Artist

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Mike Sweeney interviews
Ken Hohing

 

Our art co-editor Mike Sweeney recently had this exchange with Ken Hohing, our Issue #22 featured artist. Here’s what he had to say about the layers of story behind the South Korean photographs, his path to becoming an artist, and the “magic” he looks for in a photograph… Read more

ART ISSUE #22

Destructed Memory Series, 2014

By Ken Hohing
 
 

Environmental image destruction and its effects on photographs as memory re-enforcers. High Resolution digital scans of 35 mm transparency film taken in Korea in 1975 and “edited” by mold intrusion in 2012 following the flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy. 20″ X 24″ Di-Coupler prints on aluminum.
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