Faculty portfolios

  • Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
  • Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
  • Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
  • Installation View, Digital Photo Construction, from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Installation View, Digital Photo Construction, from the series "Liminal Nature."
  • Installation View, Digital Photo Construction, from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Installation View, Digital Photo Construction, from the series "Liminal Nature."
  • Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."
    Untitled, (Image) Digital Photo Construction, 45"x9"x14.5", from the series "Liminal Nature."

Richard Krueger

Associate Professor

Phone: 
314-935-8420
Fax: 
314-935-8412

Lewis Center 301

Campus Box 1031
Biography 

Richard James Krueger maintains a diverse and exploratory artistic and intellectual practice. His hybrid media installations and art objects have been featured in numerous exhibitions and venues including SOFA Gallery at Indiana University; The Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Central Fine Arts in SOHO. Artworks from the series Liminal Nature, were featured in the publication Human Nature, which included the essay "Art On The Edge of Science." Other artworks were spotlighted in the international catalog Photography in The 1990's. Krueger's works are in the collection of The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Snite Museum in Indiana. His curatorial projects, Digital Hybrids and Phantasmagoria: Art, Technology, and The Age of Spectacle, were commissioned by the McDonough Museum and The Butler Museum of American Art, respectively. Upon the completion of the ViewPoint project, Mayor Francis Slay of St. Louis awarded Krueger with a city proclamation and named a day to honor his work with city's school children. The project, which utilized art as a vehicle to invigorate educational endeavors, posted works city-wide on billboards, city buses, and at metro stations. Krueger has received funding for his various projects from the Indiana Arts Commission, the Ohio Arts Council, Gen America Foundation, Young Audiences Corporate Office, Ilford Corporation, ViaCom, Youngstown State University, and Washington University in St. Louis, among others. Currently he is at work learning animation and modeling software for upcoming visual projects, conducting research, and writing a work of fiction.