photographed by Caroline Cockrell for

photographed by Caroline Cockrell for

Kristen Crouch (b. 1991, Wilmington, NC) received her BFA in photography and a minor in sculpture from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2014. After graduation, she moved to Wilmington, NC and has worked a host of of day jobs while continuing her fine arts practice and establishing herself as a curator and community arts advocate. Crouch's work explores nostalgia, perceptions and experiences of death, and the human condition. With an interest in math and process-based media, she examines the complexities of human connection, interaction, and existence in the information age, with memory existing as mental, physical, and digital storage. In her most recent work, Crouch investigates personal relationships and experiences through a meticulous progression of layers informed by numerology, geographical location, and colors she makes using numbers. 


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Wilma Magazine: Artistic ImpressionsElizabeth White

WWAY: 'Full Frontal' aims to open conversation about nude artRandy Aldridge

Star News: 'Full Frontal', a nude art show at Wabi Sabi Warehouse, aims to start conversations, Justin Lacy

Wilmington Magazine: Working Through the LayersKim Henry

ArtsNow NC, Guest Blog: ‘Full Frontal’ to show the naked body in all ‘sizes, media and interpretations’, Mike Williams

Encore Magazine: Earth Unleashed: Wabi Sabi Warehouse hosts ‘Flou(we)r: Find Us Here’ exhibit, featuring four local artistsEmily Truss

Star News: In Wilmington, unease of 2016 produced excellent art exhibits, Justin Lacy

WECT: Omni Art Exhibit at Acme Art Studios

ArtsNow NC Guest Blog: Wilmington Artists Create 'Omni', Mike Williams

WHQR: Communique: Interactive Exhibit 'Omni' Opens at Acme Friday, June 24, Gina Gambony

Star News: Young Artists Get Experiemental and Interactive With 'Omni', Justin Lacy

ArtsNow NC: Kristen Crouch turns nostalgia into 'positive, active energy', Mike Williams

ArtsNow NC: The Silver Peak of Acme, Laken Geiger

WECT News: Acme Art Goes Digital, Aj Ricketts

Star News: 10 Art Shows That Caught Our Eye in 2015Justin Lacy

Star News: Acme Art has a show for the 'Under 30' Crowd, Justin Lacy

Encore Magazine: Showcasing Youth: ‘30 Under 30’ opens this Friday at Acme Studios, Christian Podgaysky

Wilma Magazine, March Spotlight: Competition for Young Artists, Kate Kuchtjak

Encore Magazine: Fueled With Diversity: Artfuel Vol. 40 displays varied works by local artists

Savannah Art Informer: “I Will Live On” explores the mortality of our memories

SCAD District: Boundary Hall bumped off, sculpture minor bumped up to Atlanta

SCAD District: Sculpture students bid Boundary Hall goodbye

Savannah Art Informer: Breaking the Mold: The Foundry Show opens with a vibrant reception

SCAD District: Cast iron and bronze works exhibited at Sicky Nar Nar