Laura Renée Maier
Laura Renée Maier was born in Seattle, Washington (1991). She currently lives and works between New York, EE.UU and Bogotá, Colombia. She has had solo exhibitions at Dimarco, San Luis Potosí, Mexico (2019) and Collective Works Sticks & Stones 2017 (Oregon). She has been part of group exhibitions such as Wild Woman, 68 Boulevard De Port Royal 2020 (Paris); Portray-T Forvll Collective 2018 (New York); Mujeres, Escena Villegas 2020 (Bogotá), among others.
Laura Renée Maier is a figurative artist with a focus on textiles and digital mediums. In her works, texture is deeply connected to human memory and the metaphysical body. In her textile works, Laura Renée utilizes an antique hand-crank sewing machine to meticulously stitch figures in a months-long meditative practice. Laura Renée has entered into the realm of digital art as a vehicle to further explore the concepts of the human figure and the physical embodiment of memory in a medium that reflects our continuous human evolution.
2.5 x 4m / 98.4 x 157 in