About

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Terry Norton-Wright is a writer and multi-media artist based in Los Angeles. Her ability to integrate her work and personal life enables Norton-Wright to establish an intimacy with the viewer. Norton-Wright works in a wide range of mediums, combining text, image, performance, conceptual installations and books. With an MFA from Otis College of Art and Design, she has published two books and exhibited her work both in the United States and abroad. Her projects explore themes of control, freedom, gender, intimacy, and distance in human relationships. 

Terry Norton-Wright is an American artist who’s own existence plays an important role in her works. Exploring psychological and emotional terrain Norton-Wright probes ideas of control, freedom, gender, intimacy, and distance in human relationships.

As a storyteller, Norton-Wright reveals intimate details from her life with brutal honesty and humor. Her ability to integrate her work and personal life enables Norton-Wright to establish an intimacy with the viewer. Norton-Wright works in a wide range of mediums, combining text, image, performance, and conceptual installations. Her works are distinguished by the directness of her formal approach, her narrative skill, and the conceptual enrichment they undergo over the course of their creation.

 

 

 

 
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