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LARISSA MARIE SIMPSON

Born 21 May in Juneau, Alaska

Lives and works in New York, NY

 

EDUCATION:

B.A. in Women’s Perspectives in the Film Industry, CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies, New York, NY

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2013-2014 Elk Creek Gallery, Milheim, PA, Animologies

2011 Union Gallery, New York, NY, Snow Lily

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2016 Brooklyn Bridge Park Community Room, New York, NY, Oyster Show

2012 VideoKills Intl. Film Festival, NYC/Berlin/Melbourne/Sydney, Seamstress

 

FILMS:

2015 New York, NY, Propsmaster, Making A Scene

2013 New York, NY, Writer/Editor, Twisted Hibiscus

2012 New York, NY, Director/Editor, Valerie

2011 New York, NY, Director/Editor, Snow Lily

2011 New York, NY, Writer/Editor, Cassandra

2011 New York, NY, Writer/Editor, Seamstress

2009 New York, NY Production Design, Regretting Sarah

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2011 Sniderman, Zachary, “How MTV Is Marrying Digital Design & Social Good,” Mashable, March 1

MTVu, “Get Schooled,” mtv.com

2007 Kennedy, Randy, “Art World Luminaries Recall Marcia Tucker,” New York Times, January 13th

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Allies, Self-Published, 2017

Rollerink, Blanks, 2013

A Museum of Imaginary Animals, Self-Published, 2011

Mixer, Self-Published, 2010

Of Motions, Self-Published, 2006

Know, Egghead, 2006

Asteroid Kid / Careful Euryale, Self-Published, 2005

Poverty Fairy, S.C. Underground Paper, 2004-2005

Machine / Earth, Self-Published, 2004

Since Manfred, Egghead, 2004

Vintage Taffeta, Self-Published, 2003

 

HONORS/AWARDS:

2016-present Fiscal Sponsorship: NY/NJ Baykeeper

2015-2016 NYC City Council Discretionary Funding Grant, Stephen Levin

2013-2015 Fiscal Sponsorship: Brooklyn Arts Council

2011-2012 Fiscal Sponsorship: REV-

2009 Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellowship

2009 Hidalgo Scholarship for the Arts

2009-2011 Fiscal Sponsorship: POND, Art, Activism & Ideas

2003-2004 Clare Dahlia Snetsinger Art Award of Excellence