Genevieve is an artist and scholar who creates photograms (cameraless photographs), sculpture, drawings, and videos that deal with excess, substitution, transparency, and the status of everyday objects. She researches and writes about the aesthetic of camp, the history of gay culture, film, modern and contemporary art, and popular music. Originally from Wichita, Kansas, she received an undergraduate degree in art history at Wichita State University, a M.F.A. in photography and art history at Ohio University, and a M.A. in visual and cultural studies at the University of Rochester. She spent a year in Berlin, Germany as a Fulbright grantee and for many years has been a college radio DJ. Currently, she resides in Denver, Colorado where she is a member of Secret Love Collective and the founder of the art journal DARIA: Denver Art Review, Inquiry, and Analysis.
Westword: 100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Genevieve Waller
HuffPost: Catholic University In Kansas Cancels Art Exhibit Meant To Celebrate Queer Creativity
Colorado Public Radio: Denver Artist’s ‘Queer History’ Exhibition Gets New Home After Catholic University Cancels It