Clermont, Art in Progress Part 1: Carrie Fucile

Artist Carrie Fucile, explains her in progress video installation for the upcoming Clermont Forum II exhibit which will open to the public April 12th and run until May 31. Carrie will exhibit a video installation in addition to photographic stills.

Artist Carrie Fucile explains her in-progress video installation for the upcoming exhibit Clermont Forum II, opening to the public April 12th and running until May 31. Carrie will exhibit a video installation in addition to photographic stills. This exhibit is curated by the Rotating History Project in partnership with the Clermont Foundation and the Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Carrie Fucile is an artist who works with sound, video, and installation. Recent exhibitions include VOX IX at Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia, PA and a solo show, entitled Subtext, at School 33 in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the recipient of a 2013 Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award and was a 2012 Semi-Finalist for The Janet and Walter Sondheim Prize. Fucile lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland where she is a Lecturer in Digital Art at Towson University.

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