Erin Palovick is an Atlanta based artist whose work often changes form. Whether making marks on paper, sounds in space, or moments within a performance, she’s considerate and inspired by the ineffable. Her work is a process of learning and unlearning as a way of discovery. Palovick has exhibited work nationally and internationally, including the High Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Georgia. She was a Walthall Fellow in 2015 and a resident at The Hambidge Center in 2019. Palovick is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of fLoromancy, an online arts and culture publication started in 2016.

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