- Thursday, June 25, 2015
- 7:00pm – 8:00pm
- MAWA, 611 Main Street
During her residency, Wendy Wischer plans to continue her explorations of natural landscapes and urban centres coexisting in close proximity. This includes what is lost, what is gained and the need for preservation of the physical environmental spaces, the history of those environments and the mythologies associated with both. Wischer will be working in photography, video and sound, documenting sites and creating onsite performances and installations for the camera lens. She will also be creating tests for larger video installations.
Wendy was selected for the MAWA residency by former MAWA guest curators Ombretta Agró Andruff and Tami Katz-Freiman.
Presented in partnership with Art Centre/South Florida.
Born in Wisconsin in 1971, Wendy Wischer currently lives and works in Salt Lake City. With an MFA from Florida State University and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, she is the recipient of numerous grants including the Pollock-Krasner Grant, the Utah Arts & Museums Visual Art Fellowship, the South Florida Consortium and the Florida Individual Artist Fellowship. Wischer has exhibited extensively in the US and internationally in Spain, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Italy and Israel. Her work is part of several public collections including the Perez Art Museum and a permanent outdoor installation in Miami Beach, the Boca Museum of Art and the Utah Division of Arts & Museums Collection.