OCTOBER 12, 2009


This recording was made in cooperation with the South East Regional Society for Photographic Education meeting, October 12, 2009.

Daniel Kariko received his Masters of Fine Arts in 2002 from Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona. While he was a gradate student he was awarded an Austria Travel Grant, and spent a month as a guest of the City of Salzburg in summer of 2001.

Since 1999, Kariko’s images investigated the idea of disappearing and changing landscape. His current long-term projects address the issue of land use in Florida, the endangered wetlands in South Louisiana, and the aftermath of the war in Balkans, in his native Serbia. He has exhibited these works in the States and internationally.

Kariko has been a faculty at Florida State University in Tallahassee since 2002, where he teaches photography and digital imaging.