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M.M. Dupay modifies found materials, explores in-between-ness, and questions processes of “othering”. Her artwork asks questions.  How do our relationships to past and present contexts and places shift how we are defined?  How do we make sense of shifting boundaries and intersections when we are “all the other”? How do stories, objects, and images allow us to re-create ourselves in response to the power of others?

Dupay continues to ask questions in her making as well as with her students.  She currently teaches first-year studios and interdisciplinary arts experiences at Bowling Green State University.

She has received an Ohio Individual Artist Fellowship Award.  Exhibitions include: A Thousand Words, Core New Art Space, Lakewood, CO; Top Ten Women in the Arts International at the ARTROM Gallery, Rome, Italy (award and invited to participate in two additional shows in Italy); Westmoreland Art National; All-Media International, Upstream People Gallery, Omaha, NE; Toledo Area Artists Exhibition, Toledo Museum of Art; 14th International Open, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL; Herstory, Manhattan Arts International, New York, NY; At the Edge National, Projekt 30, New York, NY; Storytellers, Las Laguna Gallery, CA; Contemporary Retellings, Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, CO; 56th Annual Juried Exhibition, Masur Museum of Art, LA; PUNCH Projects, Ellensburg, WA; Small Works, Shirt Factory Gallery, Glen Falls, NY