Noa Taylor (b. 1997, Bay Area, California) is an artist and educator currently based in Eugene, Oregon. Their conceptually informed practice interweaves analog photography, digital media, and sculpture to imagine future modes of queer consciousness and alternative landscape. Noa’s research and creative practice draws broadly from speculative fiction, queer minimalism, feminist theory, and surrealist image-making, among other sources. They have exhibited widely, including solo exhibitions at LaVerne Krause Gallery and Washburn Gallery in Eugene, Oregon. Their work has also been included in group exhibitions at Sheehan Gallery in Walla Walla, Washington, Foothills Art Center in Golden, Colorado, MAPS in Eugenge, Oregon, and Lazy Susan Gallery in New York City. Noa Taylor received their BA in Art from Whitman College, and they are currently an MFA candidate in Studio Art and a Graduate Teaching Fellow in the University of Oregon department of Art & Technology.