Laurie Frick uses data to examine what we can know about ourselves. In her hand-built installations, drawings, and small works, she experiments with how we will consume the mass of data increasingly captured about us. Her works about the future of data were recently featured on NPR’s All Things Considered, Atlantic, and Wired Magazine; she has been invited to talk at Google, SXSW, Stanford, and TEDx. Recipient of numerous residencies and awards, including Samsung Research, Yaddo, Bemis, and Facebook.
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