Anne Gilman is a Brooklyn based artist who makes large-scale drawings, artist books, + multi-panel projects. Gilman’s work is steeped in process; she writes extemporaneously about daily events and then covers or destroys irrelevant sections. Legible segments show a play on language + word-meanings in Spanish + English as she considers issues of balance, equilibrium and things we can and cannot control. Gilman’s work has been exhibited in the US and abroad and is in public and private collections in London, Spain, Frankfurt, Australia, Cuba, Mexico, and the US, including the Brooklyn Museum, NY Public Library, Franklin Furnace/MoMA, Library of Congress, Azerbaijan Museum + the Hess Collection. Gilman was a recipient of a 2010 Fellowship from the Edward Albee Foundation and a MacDowell Fellowship for December 2011 – January 2012. Her work was featured in the 2012 fall issue of Bomb Magazine and is currently on view at Central Booking on the Low East Side.