Laura Heit "The Hundreds" Silkscreen
The Hundreds, 2018
Edition of 40.
White on white paper.
16 x 20 inches
Inspired by a forth coming book of poetry by Lauren Berlant and Kathleen Stewart by the same name.
Published in conjunction with Heit's 2018 exhibition "Too Many Days" at Track 16 Gallery.
Laura Heit is a multidisciplinary artist whose work intersects with performance, animation, puppetry, installation, and video. She was the co-director of the Experimental Animation Program at CalArts, and currently teaches at Pacific Northwest College of Art. She lives and works in Portland, Oregon.
Heit’s films and installations have been seen at: Adams and Ollman (Portland), The Schnitzer Museum of Art (Eugene), the Boise Art Museum, She Works Flexible (Houston), REDCAT, the Walker Art Center, MOMA, Millennium Film (NYC), the Pompidou, TBA Festival Portland, and the Guggenheim Museum. She was a 2016 Oregon Arts Council Individual Artist Fellow and has received grants and awards including: Artist Project Grant Regional Arts & Culture Council including the 2014 Innovation Award, Henson Foundation (2009, 2014), ARC California, Illinois Arts Council, Puppeteers of America, Thames and Hudson, The British Council, and the MacDowell Colony.
Visit Heit's website at http://lauraheit.com/