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DeCarlo Logan


Department of Art and Design


DeCarlo Logan creates work which uses an interdisciplinary approach combining and moving between painting, video, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and installation art. He dissects social constructions as a means to engage in a conversation deeply rooted in complex internal and external perceptions and interactions of race and ethnicity in America. His work illuminates moments which would otherwise be overlooked and spaces which would otherwise be forgotten.

Logan’s work is centered around community, shared experience, and the paths to those robust narratives. Through interaction and investigation, Logan investigates the factors which dominate bodies of color by confronting the infrastructures and perceptions used to marginalize Black and Brown communities; creating a dialog to examine dangerous social customs which perpetuate prejudice. 

Prior to his time in Binghamton, he served as Windgate Artist-in-Residence at SUNY Purchase College. Presently, Logan is a Lecturer in the Department of Art and Design at Binghamton University while exhibiting his work in spaces across the country.


  • MFA, Purdue University
  • BA, Illinois College