About the Artist

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.

ARTIST INTERVIEW (video clip)

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

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

Downloadable CV-resume pdf