Kim Hoeckele

Assistant Professor of Art, Photography
Baker Center for the Arts




  • M.F.A., Hunter College of the City University of New York

  • B.F.A., Georgia State University

Hoeckele CV


Teaching Interests

I believe that each classroom is a community of peers, and within it a space for collaborative and inclusive learning. My primary teaching goals are to challenge students to be critical and thoughtful image-makers, and to provide students with the technical tools to become proficient problem-solvers. In each of the classrooms I teach in, I teach texts and visual material that both reflect the diverse cultural backgrounds and identities of students and expand their understanding of worlds outside of their own experiences.

 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Interests

My artistic practice is a place for me to imaginatively reconsider the male-dominant viewpoints carried through literary, historical, and philosophical works of the Western Canon. Drawing from found images, objects, and texts, I construct work that quotes from and continuously reconfigures established narratives. Isolating found material from its sources allows me to examine gendered power dynamics inherent in art historical, commercial, and vernacular images and objects, and to build new relationships between the historical and contemporary that underscore and question what notions persist.

 Courses for Fall 2021

  • Digital Foundations
  • Digital Photography 1
  • Photography 2 & 3

 Recent Publications, Presentations, and Abstracts

Recent exhibitions include epoch, stage, shell (solo) billboard commission for the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto, CA; Star Start (group) at Rear Window Gallery, Hangzhou, CN; NADA Miami (group) with Artfare; Crease (two-person) at Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY; Queens International (biennial) at the Queens Museum, Queens, NY.