Laurie Frick is a Brooklyn-based artist from Los Angeles, California. Her work pulls from her background in engineering and high technology to explore science, human patterns and self-tracking. Frick’s solo exhibitions include Walking, eating, sleeping, City Arts Center, Oklahoma City (2013); Dashboards, Real Art Ways, Hartford (2013); and Death and Life of an Object, Edward Cella Gallery, Los Angeles (2012). Her group exhibitions include System Preferences, SCA Contemporary, Albuquerque (2013); Rules of Conversion, Haskins Labs-Yale, New Haven (2012), Texas Biennial, Installation Box13 Artspace, Houston (2011); and Alternate routes, Lower East Side Printshop, New York City (2011).

Frick has been awarded residencies by the Neuroscience Imaging Research Center, University of Texas (2012-2013), Headlands Center for the Arts (2011), Lower East Side Printshop (2010-2011), Yaddo (2010), and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (2009). She is the winner of an Austin Critics’ Table Award (2011-2012). Frick’s publications include The Huffington Post, Austin Statesman, Los Angeles Times, The Austin Chronicle, and Arts Eclectic on NPR. She received her M.F.A. from the New York Studio School and her M.B.A. from the University of Southern California.

During her Swing Space residency at Governors Island, Frick will explore the question, “What if the walls and spaces we occupied were textured with an easy to decode pattern of our daily condition?”

Image credit: courtesy of the artist