About Lindsay Garcia
Lindsay Garcia (born 1984, she/her/hers) is a video, performance, and social practice artist. Her artwork thematically engages with queer femme identity, intersectionality, defamiliarization, and feminist new materialism. She focuses especially on the interconnections of systematic human and nonhuman oppressions. She received a BFA from RISD (Sculpture), an MFA from SUNY Purchase (Visual Arts), an MA from Sotheby’s Institute of Art (Contemporary Art), and an MA from William & Mary (American Studies) in 2016. Garcia won Third in Show in the Art of Engagementexhibition at Touchstone Gallery, the Outstanding MFA Award at SUNY Purchase and the Senior Sculpture Prize at RISD. Garcia is currently pursuing her PhD at William & Mary, where she is writing her dissertation: “The Visual Culture of Pestilence: Proximity, Intimacy, and Entanglement in Human-Nonhuman Relations.” She has exhibited in far flung locations across the United States, such as San Jose (CA), Bergen (NJ), Richmond (VA), Philadelphia (PA), Providence (RI), Washington (DC), and New York (NY). Garcia lives, works, and teaches between Greencastle (IN) and Scarborough (ME).