Bridget Moreen Leslie is an Australian artist based in Brooklyn, New York and Durham, North Carolina. Bridget is interested in collapsing spatial and psychological barriers between class, noise, location, and body language by creating video and installations with a focus on sound, light, and mundane interior spaces. She uses Non-Spaces to explore the socio-political significance that occurs within crowds and how globalism perpetuates anonymity and sterility.

She received her BFA from Sydney University's Sydney College of the Arts in 2015 and received her MFA Fine Arts with Honors from Parsons School of Design in 2017. Bridget has written book reviews for FineArtsGlobe and Artbook/ D.A.P. She has worked at museums and galleries across New York as well as assisting various artists. She was the publicity director for Art in Odd Places: Body 2018, curated by Katya Grokhovsky, which presented projects by women, female identifying, and non-binary artists along 14th Street. Her book, People|Non|Spaces: Humanity in Homogeneous Zones  explores the paradoxical nature of Non-Spaces through a series of essays and art projects on subjects such as Non-Wealth, AI celebrities, Ideological State Apparatuses, and Commonwealth Countries. Other projects include the Non-Space Network an ongoing, online, archive of audience submitted and personal photos taken across the globe (from post-Maria, Puerto Rico to the highest ATM, found at the China-Pakistan border). Her work has been shown internationally from Sydney, Australia at Project-X, Ded-Space gallery , the Queen's Museum in New York, the National Humanities Center in North Carolina, IAO in Oklahoma City, The Zurich Art Expo, and the CICA Museum in South Korea. She was a resident at the Hollows, Brooklyn and has had work published in Vellum Magazine, EMERGENCY INDEX and other international publications. Her work will be included in the A.I.R Biennale in 2021.

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