Aaron Owens’ work focuses on marginal landscapes and the intersection of human and natural forms. Themes within his artistic practice often touch on questions of surveillance, the splintering of man from nature in popular imagination and what a holistic approach to modern ecology looks like on the ground and from above. After graduating from Sacramento State with a BS in Geography Aaron began to translate the observational and technical skills essential to the discipline into an artistic practice. His work has been shown at Washington University in St. Louis, The Granite City Arts and Design District, and Oui Galleries – Hong Kong. His work has appeared in VIEW magazine, The Moon Zine and been featured in collaboration with music labels Distant Bloom and Dinzu Artefacts. He currently lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri.