Conversation with Erin Feller, exhibiting artist in More Than Your Selfie
Saturday, March 19 | 2 - 3pm | Free with Admission
Self-examination and the body are important to Erin Feller's work, and self-portraiture has maintained a constant presence. Much of her work is autobiographical. She is concerned with the scope of living inside her mind and body (anatomy and physiology, transformation, disease, and consciousness, emotion and cognition). Feller says "her personal experiences, the life cycle, and nature are... main subjects. Collection and self-examination are two of themost important acts in [her] process, and are often visually exemplified through layers, translucency [and] juxtaposition." Feller uses her art practice to compute, transform, and transmit the discoveries she makes in everyday life.
Feller received her BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2004. She has participated in multiple solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums both nationaly and abroad, including the Cincinnati Art Museum and Hien Minh Art Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.