A.B. 2006 Brown University, Providence, RI; MFA, 2009, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). Exhibitions: Chicago Cultural Center; Soap Factory, Minneapolis; Centre International d'Art Contemporain, Pont-Aven, France; EiM, Toronto; Terrain Exhibitions, Oak Park, IL; Columbia College, Chicago; Julius Ceasar, Chicago; 32-Up, Seattle; The Lab, San Francisco. Collections: Brown University, Providence Centre International d'Art Contemporain, Pont-Aven, France; D&K, Chicago. Publications: Time Out Chicago; Chicago Tribune; ARTSLANT. Residencies: BOLT (funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation), Chicago. Awards: George L. and Anne Roman Siegel Fellowship, SAIC; Weston Award, Providence; Karen T. Romer Fellowship, Providence.
Returning earth to sky and sky to night, Bailey's work is manifested as romantic landscapes with missing parts. Bailey embraces a wide range of media, from painting and photography, to video, performance, and writing. Current work explores dislocation in time and space. In her teaching philosophy, Bailey encourages the open exchange of ideas, tailoring conversations to each individual's needs. Bailey splits her time between NYC and Chicago.
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