See what's been going on with @CarolineWalkerStudio this year. Highlighted in the video will be my two latest public art AR projects, the Ingrained show at Georgetown Art Center and some affordable holiday gifts available for purchase online. I'll miss seeing everybody in person this year! For more information see https://carolinewalker.com/2020-highlights-reel
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Caroline Walker is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work finds the meeting point between traditional materials and new technology. She received a B.S. in engineering, and enjoyed a successful career as an interactive designer and art director in New York. Since 2015, Walker's focus has been on creating work that reaches the viewer on a visceral level through interactive technology additions to sculptural work, as well as otherworldly collage paintings. In 2019, her work took 1st place in the three-dimensional category at Georgetown Art Center. In the same year, Walker received a Bronze Award from Bastrop Art in Public Places for one of her augmented reality sculptures. She continues to innovate and push the boundaries of reality and perception. Her work can be found in numerous collections in Texas, New York and India. Originally from the mid-west, she currently lives and works in Austin, TX.
My art is multi-disciplinary - Some of my most common mediums are Collage, Photo composite and interactive art. My latest series of sculpture combines wood with other materials like steel, resin, and augmented reality.
Line is one of my favorite visual elements - lines connect things. They can be used as a tool to lead they eye,They are versatile and can be expressive. In some of my latest sculptural work I bend the edges of sheet metal into flowing organic lines that play off the straight lines of the baltic birch plywood.
The work creates a dialogue between the rectangular sheets of the rigid man made materials that i use, and the surreal organic forms I shape them into. Many of the organic shapes feature a twist. I find the concept of a twist interesting ...a twist happens when forces pull in opposite directions yet still remain connected. Other themes I explore are interconnectivity of humans and our environment.