Olivia Tripp Morrow (b. 1990) received her BFA at Syracuse University, graduating cum laude with Sculpture in December of 2012. Her recent works are video and sculptural installations that address themes of sexuality and gender, consumption and waste, and the commodification of women's bodies in the media and advertising industries. Morrow has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, and currently has installations on-loan at the National Institute of Health in North Bethesda, MD, and at the Anacostia Arts Center in Washington, DC. Morrow is a Resident Artist at the Arlington Arts Center, where she also has an installation on view through June 2018.
Olivia installing Stretch (2015-2016) at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Center, Oakville, ON, Canada. October 23, 2016.