4153 Outer Drive, Nashville, TN
Vanessa Albury, a Nashville native, is a contemporary artist working in Brooklyn. She received her MFA in Studio Art from NYU's Steinhardt School. Albury’s work is image and process-based, taking form in photographs, films, videos, sculptural objects, installations and interdisciplinary collaborations. Her practice explores the simple and eternal and where we overlap and where we miss each other. Albury uses analog materials to discuss ephemerality and invites spontaneous occurrences in everyday moments.
Recent solo shows include A Stilled Cascade of Image at Window Box Gallery (Oslo) curated by Thale Fastvold and In Waves at Monty ABN (Antwerp) curated by Jan Van Woensel. Her work has been reviewed for Frieze, SF Guardian, Hyperallergic, Eyes Towards the Dove and the NY Times. Albury completed three residencies this year at Lofoten Kunstkvareteret, Arctic Circle Program and AiR Nordland. Audrey Tran covered Albury’s work in the Arctic for Artiholics. Albury also co-curates DSNY, a traveling artists’ multiples pop-up, and The Sun That Never Sets, a nomadic, artist-run, incubator gallery for film and video artists. She writes for Art Pulse and Huff Post.