Sarrita Hunn is the co-founder and managing editor of Temporary Art Review. Her often collaborative practice includes hybrid roles as maker, writer, critic, editor, curator, organizer, administrator, educator, and designer, with a focus on the culturally, socially, and politically transformative potential of artist-centered activity. She received a BA in Studio Art, Art History, and Philosophy from Drury University in 2001, an MFA in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 2004, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2006. Recent projects include Many Mini Residency: Mexico City with the artist-run non-profit GyB ByG; Inter/dependence: the game. with Christine Wong Yap (first exhibited at Kala Institute in Oakland, CA); and FLOAT 2015: Tactical Walking Camp (An Imperative to Map), the second in an annual series of short-term gatherings organized with The Luminary in St. Louis, MO, that utilizes innovative residency structures to create intensive points of exchange. Additionally, she is the director of the Summer Institute for Visual Arts at Drury University in Springfield, MO.
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