E. Garrett Bryant holds a BS in Liberal Studies from Middle Tennessee State University, (Murfreesboro, TN), an MEd in Educational Leadership from the University of Montana (Missoula, MT), and an MFA in Studio Art from Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY). His work intertwines stereotypical elements of masculinity with his gender non-conforming identity to create complex networks of materials. Born in Memphis, TN, Bryant’s performances, sculptures, and videos reflect his upbringing and his personal conflicts within cultural expectation. Named after a John Wayne character, Bryant is interested in exploring masculine signifiers within material history and challenging contemporary expectations of gender both inside and outside of the art world. He has exhibited work in established galleries and independent spaces in New York City, NY; London, England; Missoula, Montana; and Spokane, Washington. Bryant is currently based in Denver where he is a professor of sculpture and digital media practices at the University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, CO).
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