Jerry Slough is a photographer and visual artist from San Diego, California currently living and working in Ellensburg Washington. He received his bachelor’s of visual and performing arts from California State University in 2016. He is currently an MFA Candidate at Central Washington University in his final year. His work explores the digital world we live in and the relationships between human and machine interaction as well as reciprocal relationships. His current work looks into the consequences of surveillance capitalism, and information about ourselves we freely to large technology corporations regularly.
Jerry’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. He was the 2015 recipient of the Funes Digital Arts Award, awarded the Washington State Behnke Fellowship for Masters of Fine Arts students, and is featured in the permanent collection of California State University. His work is currently on display for 2021 at Portlands Blue Sky Gallery, PNW drawers exhibition.