Olivia Tripp Morrow

Olivia Tripp Morrow’s work examines gender, sexuality, beauty and the body through a wide variety of mediums including embroidery, textiles, photography, charcoal, clay, wood, graphite, performance and video. A surgical augmentation to halt a progressive spine disorder in 2020 further focused Morrow’s practice on proprioception, pain, resilience and the abilities and limitations of the body.

Morrow has exhibited her work in solo exhibitions including Body, Joy, Cage, Scar at Arlington Arts Center (2021), Nine Patch at IA & A at Hillyer (2019) and Gradient at Anacostia Arts Center (2019). Her work has been included in group exhibitions at The Brentwood Arts Exchange (Brentwood, MD); Dupont Underground (Washington, DC) and The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University (Atlantic City, NJ). Morrow’s installations are on permanent loan at the National Institute of Health and at Arlington Arts Center. Morrow holds a BFA from Syracuse University; she is based in the metropolitan Washington DC area. 



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