Olivia Tripp Morrow received her BFA at Syracuse University, graduating cum laude with Sculpture in December of 2012. Her most recent works are video and sculptural installations that broadly address concepts of body, memory, and sexuality. Morrow's work often utilizes found and donated textiles as material, which are imbued with social and cultural values as well as personal histories. More recently, Morrow has begun working with mass-produced blankets purchased online and custom-printed with her own intimate photo-collages. This work aims to critique the absurdly narrow ideals of beauty and femininity in the US, which are propagated by digital media and advertising industries.
Morrow's work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including Washington, DC, Virginia, Maryland, New York, Canada, and France. Morrow has permanent installations and works on-loan at the National Institute of Health's Clinical Center in Bethesda, MD, Shop Made in DC, in Washington, DC, and the Arlington Art Center in Arlington, VA, where she is a current Resident Artist.