Blending analog and digital technologies, Meghan Reynard makes sculptures and installations that utilize light to explore perceptions of natural and spatial phenomena. Developing from practices in art, architecture and design, and research into perceptual psychology, optics, and the environment, Meghan’s work addresses and responds to unease in the relationship between humans and their physical environments.
Meghan’s exhibition record includes group and solo shows, collaborations, and site-specific installations. Her work has been exhibited internationally in Finland, Spain, and Thailand, and nationally at the Sculpture Center in Cleveland, the Shoshana Wayne Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Meghan has received numerous awards and grants, most recently the American Scandinavian Foundation Fellowship for 2012-2013.
Meghan received her M.F.A. Art + Design from the University of Michigan in 2012, and her B.A. History + Studio Art from Wellesley College in 2005.
For more information, contact Meghan via email: meghanreynard (at) gmail (dot) com
To see more work, please visit: http://www.meghanreynard.com