Riley Gunderson is a mixed-media visual artist and writer based out of New York City. They are currently studying at Parsons School of Design for their BFA in Fine Arts with a minor in Art and Design History. Riley works intuitively and gesturally, utilizing color and abstraction to explore themes of introspection, identity and anonymity, memory, and self-perception. Their practice prioritizes experimentation and interdisciplinary processes. They work across a variety of media including painting, drawing, photography, illustration, video, and design.
Riley's work has been exhibited both digitally and in person through various institutions and publications including Ardell Magazine, Art Gallery 5'14, Artist Talk Magazine, Bridgeport Art Center, Greenpoint Gallery, Lithium Magazine, Orenda Art Works, Perspectives Gallery, SheThey Magazine, Sunbow Zine, and The Feminist Art Museum. Riley is currently working as an Art Writer at 10011 Magazine, as well as accepting commissions and working freelance.
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