Caroline Anderson

Caroline Anderson

Asst Professor

Aronoff Center

DAAP School of Art - 0016

Professional Summary

Caroline Anderson is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator. Her work and research explore technology, deep time, and speculation about the near-future through a wide variety of media and materials. She received her BFA in Fine Arts with a certificate in Critical Visions from the University of CIncinnati in 2015 and her MFA in Art and Technology from the University of Oregon in 2021. She has exhibited her work in numerous venues both nationally and internationally. Solo exhibitions include Hinterland at Oregon Contemporary and the Ohio State University Farmer Family Gallery, Solarsteading in Marielandia at OTOT Studios, and Banks of the Calcarine Fissure at the Neon Heater Gallery. In addition to her studio practice, Turner co-founded IRL Gallery in 2016 with Ian Anderson, an exhibition space that blurred the line between seeing art in real life and viewing documentation online.


BFA: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2015 (Fine Arts with Certificate in Critical Visions)

MFA: University of Oregon Eugene, OR, 2021 (Art and Technology)