Laura Latimer grew up in the Texas plains. Her first creative passion was photographing derelict structures
while earning a communications BA at Texas Tech. After years working in advertising and desktop
publishing, she returned to school and received a BFA in sculpture from Texas State University in 2005.
Having seen first-hand the extent of corporate waste, early installations depicted industrialized landscapes –
large-scale scenes built from discarded shipping materials. In revisiting these ideas, shredded artworks and
personal ephemera add narrative and context to current explorations of altered biological environments.
As a founder of ars ipsa collective, Laura co-curated a series of pop-up and gallery-hosted exhibitions.
She was contributor and executive board member for Cantanker art magazine. Most recently, Laura created
site-specific works at Cloud Tree Gallery and during the 2017 East Austin Studio Tour at Springdale Station.
Laura currently lives and works in Austin, Texas.
2017 Thereafter, solo exhibition/site-specific installation, Cloud Tree Gallery, Austin TX
2017 Art at the Station, Springdale Station, Austin TX
2017 Sculp-chur, Dimension Gallery, Austin TX
2016 Synapse, solo exhibition, Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Austin TX
2016 Disparate Mythos: Women of Sculpture, Dimension Gallery, Austin TX
2016 Dispersal, solo exhibition/site-specific installation, Box 13 ArtSpace, Houston TX2016
2015 Artists Interpret the Elements, The Walker’s Gallery, San Marcos TX
2015 Crossing Lines: Austin, TX, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, IN
2014 New Art | Arte Nuevo: San Antonio 2014, UTSA Art Gallery, San Antonio TX
2014 Austin Image Program, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport