Gretchen Frances Bennett

 Gretchen Frances Bennett, installation view,  The Rough Draft of Everything  Bridge Productions, Seattle, WA 2017 

Gretchen Frances Bennett, installation view, The Rough Draft of Everything Bridge Productions, Seattle, WA 2017 

 
 

Gretchen Frances Bennett explores issues related to visual perception and personal and historical memory, in the context of the everyday.   Her recent projects explore the connection of place and memory though creative non-fiction writing. 

Bennett has presented solo projects at Bridge Productions Seattle, WA, Vignettes Gallery Seattle, WA. Her recent group exhibition include Derelict, you’re not coming back, I mean that in the nicest way, rest 2017; INCA Seattle, WA, Here is 1972 artist talk for This Might Not Work 2016; Holiday Forever Gallery, Jackson, WY, Here is 1972 reading 2016. Bennett received the Betty Bowen Special Recognition Award and completed postgraduate work at the Vermont College of Fine Arts 2014. In 2012, Bennett presented a project with the Drawing Center, New York and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 

Her text based work, Air: the free or unconfined space above the surface of the earth will be included in the American Camp site project organized by Cat Clifford with Lynne McCabe and Ruth Robbins.