Erin Schneider was born in Los Angeles, CA and received a B.A. from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA concentrating in cultural landscape studies and adaptive reuse of cold war bunkers.
She is interested in spatial theory and learning about the built environment through research, installation and movement practices. She is currently working on a variety of projects, including researching the political and historical borders and boundaries of Los Angeles, ΔREΔ and archiving and showing her grandfather Robert R. Forrester’s chemical microphotography Fantasies in Crystal.
Describe your organization or gallery
Alamo Labs is an interdisciplinary production laboratory based out of Baltimore, MD and Los Angeles, CA putting forward work that offers invitations to examine our surroundings and our participation in them. The labs include an ever changing cast of researcher artists creating collaborative and solo projects.