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Kinsey Hinrichs


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Kinsey Hinrichs’ work focuses on themes of architecture, culture, and memory.  Her recent work is focused on the stories and construction techniques of abandoned buildings around her hometown of Roanoke, Virginia.

Born in Anchorage, Alaska in 1992, Hinrichs’ grew up in Roanoke, VA, an average town nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.  She is currently attending the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is planning to graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in sculpture in 2013.

Past awards include an Honorable Mention in the Fx2 show, a Gold Key Award and American Visions award from the National Scholastic program.  Previous shows include Tables, Lamps and Chairs show hosted by the Arts Council of the Blue Ridge, Fx2 – A Regional Photography Exhibit at the Alleghany Highlands Arts and Crafts Center and the Dodeca Show at the Siragusa Gallery of Chicago.  Kinsey was also nominated and attended Virginia’s Summer Residential Governor’s School, a selective month long intensive that focuses on art and humanities.