Dustin Fosnot, San Francisco
Eureka Fellowship Awardee 2016
Dustin Fosnot has recently been dealing with themes of time related to memory, and how navigating different landscapes shapes our perceptions. His work explores the boundaries that occur between human industry and natural environments, and how these shifting zones influence our history and the decisions we make. He is working on a series of handmade house structures at various San Francisco sites, investigating notions around shelter and our relationship to the dwellings we create and live in. Fosnot received an MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2005, and a BFA in Painting from San Francisco State University in 2001. His most recent solo show was at the Luggage Store Gallery in San Francisco in 2010. Other solo shows include Steven Wolf Fine Arts in San Francisco, 2008, and the Lightbox Gallery in Los Angeles, 2007. His solo exhibitions have been reviewed by The San Francisco Chronicle and Artweek Magazine.