McLEAN FAHNESTOCK // ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
10 MAY - 1 JUNE 2016
US based artist McLean Fahnestock is undertaking a research residency at The Lock-Up as part an ongoing project.
McLean Fahnestock is a media artist who works in video, sound, sculptural installation, and photographic prints. McLean reclaims material from institutions, seeking out footage, images, and items that carry the weight and specificity of history and the trappings of exploration.
McLean Fahnestock reclaims material from institutions, seeking out footage, images, and items that carry the weight and specificity of history and the trappings of exploration.
McLean received a BFA from Middle Tennessee State University and MFA from California State University Long Beach. Her work has been exhibited and screened across the United States and Internationally in Ireland, Canada, Belgium, Germany and Japan. She has received an ARC Grant from the Durfee Foundation, two Hoff Foundation Grants, and was awarded a Professional Artist Fellowship from the Arts Council for Long Beach. Her work was included in a DVD compilation of short videos by the LA Film Forum. She was a finalist for a 2012 Vimeo Video Award and was recently named “Most Promising New Artist” at MADATAC 05, in Madrid, Spain.