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00:00 - Introduction
00:35 - Carlie Trosclair
01:45 - This is Between - Gel Set
05:06 - The Anatomy of Architecture
15:20 - Exfoliation
23:21 - Letters from a Domocile
31:24 - Take Me Apart - Kelela
35:27 - Finish

Carlie Trosclair a Missouri-based  installation artist whose site sensitive installations create new topographies and narratives that highlight structural and decorative shifts that evolve over a building’s lifespan.

Carlie earned an MFA from the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, a BFA from Loyola University New Orleans, and is a Fellow of the Community Arts Training Institute.

She completed residencies at MASS MoCA; Assets for Artists (MA), Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (NE), Oxbow (MI), Playa (OR), ACRE (WI), Vermont Studio Center (VT), Woodside Contemporary Artists Center (NY), chashama (NY) and The Luminary Center for the Arts (MO). She is also the recipient of the Riverfront Time’s Mastermind Award, Creative Stimulus Award, Regional Arts Commission Artist Fellowship, and the Great Rivers Biennial.

All images courtesy of the artist


Letters From a Domicile, 2017
Latex, wood
installation view


Letters From a Domicile, 2017
Latex, wood
installation view


Letters From a Domicile, 2017
Latex, wood
installation view


Pentimento, 2015


Pentimento, 2015


Great Rivers Biennial, 2014
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
photo by David Johnson


Great Rivers Biennial, 2014
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
photo by David Johnson


Excavate, 2013
This Must Be The Place Exhibition
3531 California Ave
St. Louis, MO 63118


Phantom Rehab, 2017
Latex


revolve/r/, May 2017- ongoing
Salvaged 2×4’s, wallpaper, masonite
16′ x 16′ x 8′
Granite City Art and Design District


30 Days of Demolition
Collaboration with Preservation Research Office
Marfa Dialogues

 

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Carlie Trosclair: Official Website // Facebook // Instagram

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