Erin Gould

Erin Gould is a multimedia artist working primarily with sculpture, video, and performance to investigate the weaknesses, fragility, and perceptual pliability of the human body. She is currently attending the University of New Mexico to attain her MFA in sculpture. Before moving to Albuquerque in 2017, she lived in Santa Fe for four years after finishing her Bachelors of Art degree at Colorado College in 2013. Living with a chronic and painful autoimmune disease and surviving a decadelong eating disorder feed Gould’s interest in how we perceive and live inside our bodies and how our bodies sometimes seem to live without us.






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Kyle Farrell, Alex Gill and Jordan Eddy, co-directors of Strangers Collective and the No Land art space, curate this exhibition of emerging artists and writers at form & concept. The show represents a network of early career creatives, starting in Santa Fe and spiraling across the nation.