The Way things Go, and Don't
Books, yarn, duct tape, 30 x 40 x 36"
Jane Waggoner Deschner is a visual artist whose medium is the vernacular photograph. Facilitated by increasingly sophisticated digital technology and the age-old art of needle-in-hand, she explores new ways of perceiving these ubiquitous, but often overlooked, products of mass culture.
Born in Pennsylvania, she grew up in Kansas and moved to Billings, Montana, over thirty years ago. She studied social geography (BA, 1969, MA, 1973 [abt]) at the University of Kansas and visual art