Anna Fredrick at Box Gallery
Anna Fredrick is a Chicago artist currently residing in Peoria, Illinois. She received her BA in Studio Art with a concentration in Graphic Design from Bradley University in May 2017, and primarily creates artwork using assemblage techniques, featuring a variety of found objects.
“I create work that examines the intimate bond of the body and mind. Each piece I create explores narratives from my past when I struggled to keep body and mind in tune. I piece these narratives together through the use of assemblage and found objects that are deeply personal, including love letters, notes-to-self, receipts, and feminine product packaging. These found objects, collected over the span of a year, portray hope in a time of desperation. My artwork is as much a meditative practice as it is a creative act, and offers a physical manifestation of meditation itself- allowing one’s self to examine the stresses of their mind and body without judgment in order to live a life fully aware and in the moment.”
Box Gallery is the curatorial project of Chicago-area artist Richard Medina. The experimental gallery space takes the form of a 6″ x 6″ x 6″ cardboard box. Regular exhibition openings held at Terrain Exhibitions. For more information contact Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org.