Kristin Cammermeyer


Kristin Cammermeyer
United States
Kristin Cammermeyer is a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles. She earned an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and has received grants from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Harpo Foundation and the Toby Fund. Kristin was Artist in Residence at the MacDowell Colony, Recology SF and Vermont Studio Center, and has been published in New American Paintings and Hazlitt Print. Prominent exhibitions include the Broad Art Museum, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Hedreen Gallery, Klowden Mann Gallery, Machine Projects and Elephant Art Space. Her work is in the collections at the Broad Foundation, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Recology SF and the Los Angeles Contemporary Archive.
For more information about Kristin and her works, please visit his website at www.kristincammermeyer.com.

Virtual Subsumption with Converse Material Effect
Site-Responsive Video
For this installment of my site-specific installation practice, I focused on the unique characteristic that I-Park is set in a natural environment. In addition, I-Park has a rich salvage yard to source from, which aligns with my commitment to utilize available materials as a means to reduce my own production of waste. I utilized these conditions as subject matter for a stop-motion video sculpted by the particularities of the time, site, material and weather encountered during my time at I-Park.
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