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Annie Woodfill earned her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. She is a visual artist, primarily sculptural. However, she has an interest/background in painting and has collaborated with performance pieces as well. She has been featured in many local exhibitions. Woodfill is focused on a creating a visual language that is real-time-based, presenting static subjects in their multiplicity and stages of transition. She often draws from DIY, social media, craft, and constructivism to inform her projects.
Woodfill writes: “As an artist, I’m working to create a lexicon of objects and ephemera that look at transparency and camouflage inspired by the periphery of an urban habitat. I am focused on creating a visual language… I’m interested in sharing notions of ambiguity in convergence and a confounded sense of [the] made-up intrinsically dealing with marginal beauty. In the studio, I am playfully reiterating common materials and constructions to be casual assemblages that move in and out of staged and stored.”