Anne Spurgeon is an interdisciplinary, Brooklyn-based artist born in Columbus, Ohio. Questions about transformation reoccur in her creative practice. Her involvement began through performance, from playing guitar on stage, to creating private video performances about identity and the sense of the public and private self. In the past five years her focus has moved away from the personal consciousness of the body, to the transformation of three-dimensional materials. Woodworking, textile, and metal processes inform her studio work.
Spurgeon has exhibited nationally and internationally, including exhibitions at ISE Cultural Foundation (New York, NY), Exit Art (New York, NY), Artist Space (New York, NY) and The Wexner Center for the Arts (Columbus, OH). She is a recipient of a collective artists grant from The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The Austrian Cultural Forum, and the Waskowmium. Her work has been reviewed in publications such as The New York Times, The New York Times blog, and Artnet News. She holds a BFA from The Ohio State University and a MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Currently, she works as an educator at The Museum of Modern Art and as an administrator and educator at The Noguchi Museum.