Bio

Lindsey Larsen is currently an MFA Candidate in Intermedia Studio and Visual Communication Design at The University of Texas at Arlington and Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Dinnertime Magazine.

Artist Statement

As an interdisciplinary intermedia artist, curator, collaborator, and self-publisher, my activities and work revolve around the process and visualization of research. I question established systems of culture, politics, gender, power structures, and utopian ideals to understand how each of those things affect people at large. The process of collecting information and presenting it in forms that are more accessible is the driving force behind every project that I work on.
I approach my work from the perspective that, while I have may certain opinions, I can only be informed by my own individual experience. There’s a chance I could be correct, but there’s also an equal chance that I might be wrong. I am open to and looking specifically for the conversation that happens between myself and the viewer - rather than the work representing my final statements, I like to think of it as posing a question. The work is the culmination of my wandering research about any questions that I ask myself, other people, or to any consciousness beyond the human being (if that even exists).

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Dinnertime

DREAM JUICE (studio view), multimedia installation, 2016

DREAM JUICE (studio view), multimedia installation, 2016

The Gold Standard (from Two-Finger Salute), glitter, wet clay, t-shirt puff paint, 2016

The Gold Standard (from Two-Finger Salute), glitter, wet clay, t-shirt puff paint, 2016

Matriarchs, silkscreen, 2015

Matriarchs, silkscreen, 2015