Erin Fussell is an interdisciplinary artist who discovered that she could reshape her reality through creativity and believes in impossible things. Born in Ventura, California, raised in Portland, Oregon, and well-traveled, she knows how place shapes memory.
Her work is included in private and public collections and has been shared internationally; notably on Soundart Radio in the U.K., Supplement Space in Seoul, Korea, Abetenim Arts Village in the Ashanti Region, Ghana, Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, and at Tamarind Institute and SITE Santa Fe in New Mexico.
She is currently the John Gaw Meem Architecture and Design Fellow at the Center for Southwest Research, an alumni SITE Santa Fe Scholar, and just received her M.F.A. at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.