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Joelle Jensen is a photographer and an independent curator living in Brooklyn, NY. Jensen has participated in numerous exhibitions at galleries and non-profits nationwide, including Wall Space Gallery, Photographic Center Northwest, Michael Mazzeo Gallery, Abrons Art Center, Brooklyn Arts Council, Icebox, Emory University and the University of Vermont. She received several awards for her photographs, including a darkroom residency at the Camera Club of New York and a Two-Year Fellowship from the Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Publications include Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward, Esquire (Russia), PDN, and The Photo Review. Curatorial projects include Drawing Pictures at Camera Club of New York, Posing at Abrons Art Center and Mad Cow: Absurdity & Anxiety in Contemporary Culture at NURTUREart Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Jensen currently has a solo exhibition, Nesting, at House Gallery in Salt Lake City, Utah (November 2011).