Caroline Wood is an artist whose work addresses the importance of history and memory and the ambiguity, tensions, and complications involved in inhabiting spaces of memory, from public space to personal archives. She is from Chicago, IL and received a BA in History and Studio Art, graduating with distinction, from St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN (2014). Her work began with a love of analog photographic processes, and recently has been exploring the rich intersection of historical processes and digital manipulation. She is also an avid bookmaker and uses letterpress printing alongside printmaking and photographic processes to produce hand-stitched artist books. Caroline is interested in museum education, writing, and historical research, as well as human-powered modes of transport and ways of traversing a space and how these modes of experience can generate a practice of writing and image-making.
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