Juliet Eldred is a 22-year-old student of Geography and Visual Arts at the University of Chicago.
Broadly, she is interested in topics including (but not limited to): visual representations of space, security and surveillance, the gaps between lived experiences and institutional or technological records, and the politics of mapping.
She recently completed her two senior theses: "We Will Make This Work:" The University of Chicago as Urban Planner, 1890—2017 (for Geography), and Ground Truth (for Visual Arts). Her work has been shown in numerous venues and publications; view the comprehensive list on the right side of this page.
She is available for photo, map, and design commissions; inquire here.
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Start: Gallery (April 20—May 20, 2017)
Department of Visual Arts Senior Thesis Show (March 31–April 23, 2017)
Screen Share Video Gallery (November 14–December 16, 2016)
Dad's Mad at Bleeding Heart (November 11, 2016)
Everything MUST GO! at Heaven Gallery (September 2–October 14, 2016)
Riding Color Waves at Archer Beach Haus (November 6–13, 2015)
The Kathleen A. Zar GIS and Story Maps Prize, First Place
UChicago Study Abroad Photo Contest, Third Place
The T. Kimball Brooker Prize for Undergraduate Book Collecting, Second-Year Winner
Intel Science Talent Search, Scientific Research Report Badge
"Visualizing Institutional Racism: Mapping UChicago’s Impact on its Neighbors," CSRPC Teach-In on Racism and Activism, February 12, 2016
WHPK zine (print)