About the Artist

Laura Latimer creates artworks that explore our ever-growing footprint on the planet and the impact of human construction on biological systems. Her studio practice focuses on sculpture, large-scale installation, and experimental photography.

Laura earned her BFA in 2005 from Texas State University. She has constructed site-specific sculptural installations for public, non-profit, and traditional art spaces including Dimension Gallery in Austin, Mineral School Residency in Washington state, Box 13 ArtSpace in Houston, Clamp Light Gallery in San Antonio, and Austin City Hall. Her artworks have been exhibited at the Illinois State Museum, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, IN, and throughout Texas. Most recently, she created temporary works for Northern-Southern Gallery’s series of art interventions. Laura is currently assimilating to daily life in the UK and will work between Texas and The North.


2021     TO > TOO > TOOO, temporary art curated by Northern-Southern Gallery, Austin TX
2020     No Outlet, temporary outdoor art curated by Northern-Southern Gallery
2020     On the Plight of the Primrose, site-specific installation, Dimension Gallery, Austin TX
2019     Niche Construction, solo exhibition, Dimension Gallery
2019     Intersectionality of Inquiry, Clamp Light Gallery, San Antonio TX
2019     ‘Eyes Got It’ Group Hug 8, Mantle Art Space, San Antonio TX / Big Medium, Austin TX
2019     Mineral School Residency, Mineral WA
2018     The Femme Abstract, 1300 East 5th Street, Austin TX
2018     Untitled (house), Diane and Browne Goodwin Collection, Illinois State Museum, Lockport
2018     Seasons of Fruition, 2019/2020 Fellowship Artists, Dimension Gallery
2018     Hinge Arts Residency, Fergus Falls MN
2018     Dangerous Professors // Houston, Flatland Gallery, Houston TX2016

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