CAROLINE HATFIELD

Shadow Sites (detail),  laser cut layered tar paper, coal slag, charcoal, wire, metal - dimensions variable, 2018

Shadow Sites (detail), laser cut layered tar paper, coal slag, charcoal, wire, metal - dimensions variable, 2018


Caroline Hatfield’s creative practice utilizes sculpture, installation, photography, and drawing to explore themes of landscape and science fiction. After completing a Sculpture BFA at The University of Tennessee, she earned an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from Towson University. Hatfield has exhibited nationally at venues such as School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, MD and The Delaware Contemporary Art Museum in Wilmington, DE. Her latest solo exhibition “Unearthing” at Target Gallery in Alexandria, VA was reviewed in the Washington Post. Hatfield is the 2018 recipient of the Trawick Contemporary Art Prize. She lives and works in Dallas, TX where she is currently pursuing a PhD in Aesthetic Studies at the University of Texas.

WEBSITE: www.carolinerhatfield.com