Born in the Midwest and a resident of New York City for the past 18 years, Lorenz uses wilderness hiking to investigate ritual and rhythm that testphysical and psychic boundaries as the interplay for her works on paper.
She recently completed an ARTS Tasmania International Art and Culture Residency,
Australia, and has been awarded grants and fellowships from the Fulbright Foundation;
the NEA-MidAtlantic Foundation; the Miskolc Museum of Contemporary Art, Hungary; and the Lower East Side Printshop, New York and many others. Selected solo exhibition include Muriel Guepin Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Pfizer, Inc., NYC, SafeTGallery, Brooklyn; Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico; Taiwan Museum of Art; and Hunterdon Museum of Art,
Lorenz has received residencies including C-Scape Winter Residency, Provincetown, MA;the Frans MasereelCentrum, Belgium; Santa Fe Art Institute, NM; The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Ox-Bow; and Manhattan Graphics
and Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York. Her artwork has been reviewed in The New York Times,
Los Angeles Times, Art in America, and Art on Paper. Lorenz received her MA and MFA from the
University of Iowa in printmaking and multimedia. She is an Associate Professor and Chair of Visual Arts Department at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY.
Lorenz participated in the 54th Venice Bienale running on top the Allora and Calzadilla "Track and Field" sculpture in the American Pavillion.
You can find out more about her work from Muriel Guepin Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
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