(b. 1979, Norwalk, CT) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. BLANK  received an MFA from Yale University, New Haven, CT and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout New York including The Hole and a solo show at Horton Gallery. Her work has recently been acquired by the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris.  

The paintings operate through a system of equations constructed to formulate new ranges of perceptual color, temperature, speed, and depth of field.  Affected by the angle of view and shifts in lighting; each variation exists in flux. 

Inspired by strategies of ancient textile weavings, the allure of new tech and visual perception as theorized by Josef Albers. The paintings are a hybrid of both the handmade and machined, with space in-between for optical experience to thrive.