Eileen Emond is an artist from Brooklyn, NY. In her work, photographs reveal the theatricality of metamorphosis in the self and the material – believing the self, like an image, can be a construction of conscious choice. Contained within a photographic reality selfhood is established according to contradiction, between form and subject, where meaning emerges from absence, and constraint produces a kind of freedom. Emond received her M.F.A. in Photography from Yale University and her B.A. in Studio Art from the City College of New York.