Carlie Trosclair
Carlie Trosclair (b. New Orleans, LA) is a sculptor and installation artist who earned an MFA from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, and a BFA from Loyola University New Orleans. Approached through a lens of reordering and discovery, Trosclair’s site-responsive installations create new topographies and narratives that highlight structural and decorative shifts that evolve over a building's lifespan. Select artist residencies include: Joan Mitchell Center (LA), Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (NE), MASS MoCA (MA), chashama (NY), Oxbow (MI), Vermont Studio Center (VT), and The Luminary Center for the Arts (MO). Trosclair’s work has been featured in Art in AmericaThe New York TimesArtFile Magazine, and Temporary Art Review, among others. She is the recipient of the Riverfront Time's Mastermind Award, Creative Stimulus Award, Regional Arts Commission Artist Fellowship, and the Great Rivers Biennial. Trosclair was recently selected as an exhibiting artist for the inaugural Open Spaces Biennial in Kansas City, MO curated by Dan Cameron.





Current:

Louisiana Contemporary
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
New Orleans, LA
August 3, 2019 - January 5, 2020