"I am interested in exploring the unavoidable contradictions that exist in our personal (and collective) systems of belief, by pointing to the complexity of individual situations. This work references the myriad of parts that make up any social construct, the multitude of contributing factors to any situation."
Lori Larusso earned her bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Cincinnati's
College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, with a minor in women's studies, and her
master of fine arts degree from the Maryland Institute's College of Art graduate interdisciplinary
program, the Mount Royal School of Art. Larusso has been awarded a MacDowell Colony visual arts
fellowshop; the Kentucky Arts Council's Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship; a Milton and Sally
Avery Fellowship; and the 2012 James Rosenquist Artist-In-Residence at North Dakota State University.
Larusso maintains a solid studio practice, exhibiting her work locally, nationally, and internationally, including solo exhibits in New York and Los Angeles.
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