Arctic landscapes using only light and a plastic bag by Francois Delfosse
Carlie Trosclair is an installation artist from New Orleans, Louisiana who presently works and resides in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2010, Trosclair received her MFA from the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Art at Washington University. Based on her graduate thesis work, she was awarded a solo exhibition at Craft Alliance Grand Center Gallery and nominated for the ISC Outstanding Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. In 2011, Trosclair completed a residency at The Luminary Center for the Arts, received a travel grant through Americans for the Arts for the 2011 Public Arts Conference in San Diego, and was featured in a solo exhibition at the St. Louis Artists Guild for the 2011 Innovations in Textiles Biennial. Up coming projects include a solo exhibition at Bloomsburg University in PA, and artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center.
2726. Reverse of Volume. By Onishi Yasuaki— reverse landscape created using fishing lines, plastic sheets, and a glue gun.