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Frontier Fellowship: Calista Lyon
May 10, 2019 - June 8, 2019
Calista Lyon, Artist (Columbus, OH)
Calista Lyon is a visual artist living and working in Columbus, Ohio. Her research lives at the intersection of non-human and human worlds
in our time of climate breakdown, prompting questions around human response-ability and care. In 2006, she earned a Diploma of Art in
Applied Photography from Melbourne Polytechnic, Australia. Relocating to the United States in 2012 she earned a BA in Studio Art at California State University, Los Angeles. Presenting a solo exhibition at the Murray Art Museum Albury, Australia in 2017 along with group shows at DAAP Galleries, University of Cincinnati (2018); Cultural Arts Center, Columbus (2018); Angela Meleca Gallery, Columbus (2018); Beeghly Library, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware (2018); Fine Arts Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles (2017) and The Luckman Gallery, Los Angeles (2015) among others. Lyon will present a solo exhibition at ROY G BIV Gallery in Columbus, Ohio in 2019. Lyon was awarded the 2016/17 University Fellowship at The Ohio State University where she is currently undertaking her MFA.
What about Green River & the Frontier Fellowship excites you most?
Epicenter has offered me the gift of listening and engaging with the community of Green River—both the non-human and human—presenting a new challenge in working with a community that I don’t presently have ties with. I’m looking forward to researching the history of Green River and the ways I might understand place through past, present and future entanglements.