Lives and works in Ridgewood, NY
2022 MFA, Visual Arts, Columbia University, New York, NY
2009 BA, Art and Biology, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA
2020 Corporeal Conundrums, Aquarium Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2016 Shifting Deltas / Drifting Shelters, The Tigermen Den, New Orleans, LA
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2023 Liliana Farber / Jacq Groves / Allison Reimus, Essex Flowers, New York, NY
2022 Traces, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
2022 Otherwise, Half Gallery, New York, NY
2022 Noumena, ChaShaMa, New York, NY
2022 In Response: Jonas Mekas, Jewish Museum New York, NY
2022 MFA Thesis Show, Class of 2022, Wallach Art Gallery, New York, NY
2022 No White Walls, Edgewood Gallery, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT
2022. In Time, ZAZ Corner, Times Square, New York, NY
2021 Better Late Than Never, ChaShaMa Gallery, New York, NY
2021 Columbia First Year MFA Exhibition, Lenfest Center for the Arts, New York, NY
2021 Not Just Another Anthropocentric Love Story, Trestles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2021 Queer Ecology, Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY
2020 Hot Future, 912 Julia St. Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2020 Tuft, Group Projects Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2020 Queer Ecology, Irma Freeman Center, Pittsburgh, PA
2019 Guess What…, Hall-Barnett Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2019 Mixed, Studio Waveland Gallery, Waveland, MS
2019 Queer Ecology, White Page Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
2018 Introduction, Mehle Studios Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2018 La La Land, Hall-Barnett Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2014 Louisiana Contemporary, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA
AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2022-23 Foundation Fellowship in Art + Science, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
2020-22 Joan R. Sovern Award for Sculpture, Columbia University, New York, NY
2022 Dean’s Project Grant, Columbia University, New York, NY
2021-22 Shop Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, NY
2005-09 Grinnell Trustee Honor Scholarship, Grinnell, IA
2009 Purchase Prize, Grinnell College’s Art Department, Grinnell, IA
2022 NARS Foundation International Artist Residency Program: Brooklyn, NY
2019 Vermont Studio Center: Johnson, VT
2015 Grin City Collective Artist Residency: Grinnell, IA
Billy Anania, Hyperallergic, “Highlights From Columbia University’s MFA Thesis Exhibition”, Reviews. May 18, 2022.
Vanessa Adams, Mary Tremonte. “Exuberant Possibilities”, Summer, 2021.
Arts and Education, “Class of 2022 first-year MFA exhibition, Columbia University School of the Arts”, July 15, 2021.
Caroline Tracey, “Plant Flagging and the Queer Ecology Hanky Project 2020”, Queer Science Series/Essays. June 30, 2020
Harriet Burbeck, Antigravity Magazine, “LONELY PALETTE (part one), A Survey of Visual Artists in Lockdown”, May 2020.
Bill O'Driscoll, Bandana Bunch: “Queer Ecology Hanky Project Explores Nature And Sexuality”, Feb. 4, 2020.
Vanessa Adams, Mary Tremonte. Ecotone, “Infinite Affinities Work from the Queer Ecology Hanky Project”, Fall/Winter 2019 (Issue 28).