Laurie Frick draws from neuroscience to construct intricately hand-built works and installations to explore the nature of pattern and the mind. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Frick lives in Austin, Texas and part-time in New York City. She completed an MFA from the New York Studio School in 2007. Formerly an executive in high-technology, she also holds an MBA from the University of Southern California. Using her background in engineering and high-technology she explores science, compulsive organization and the current culture of continual partial attention. The body of work for her upcoming show at ECAA are experiments in brain rhythm using time studies of daily activity logs and sleep charts.

See Laurie‘s work for 365 Days of Print here

She has been awared fellowships and residencies at Yaddo, The Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, The Amerian Academy in Rome, McColl Center for Visual Art, Djerassi and the Headlands Center for the Arts. She has exhibited at the Robert Steele Gallery in New York, has an upcoming exhibition in February 2011 at Edward Cella Art & Architecture in Los Angeles and serves as Associate Publisher for Artcritical.com.

You can find more of Laurie’s personal work at: http://www.lauriefrick.com/

 
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