Meredith Sellers (b. 1988, Baltimore, MD) is an artist and writer living and working in Philadelphia. She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and her MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. Conflating the traditional painting concept of the window as an illusory two-dimensional space with the infinite windows of the digital screen, she renders appropriated images to draw parallels between beauty and disaster, the natural world and the digital, and the banal violence of capitalist systems.

She has exhibited work at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at UArts, Lord Ludd, ICA Philadelphia, Vox Populi, Icebox Project Space, Pilot Projects, Pressure Club, and Fleisher Art Memorial. Her curatorial projects include Chewing the Scenery at Crane Arts, and The Midnight Sun at Pilot Projects (both co-curated with Jonathan Santoro), and Edith at Esther Klein Gallery. She is an editor for Philadelphia-based online art publication Title Magazine; her writing has appeared in Hyperallergic, ArtsJournal, Pelican Bomb, and American Craft Magazine.

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