Fritz Horstman works with the landscape and the perception of the perception of natural phenomena. The modes of presenting his investigations are diverse, employing drawing, photography, installation, objects, sound, and video. Fritz views ecology as the system with which an organism interacts with its environment. In that sense, he considers his work entirely ecological.
He has recently exhibited his sculptures and installations in Brooklyn, Japan, France, and California, and will be featured in the 2016 deCordova Biennial. He lives and works in Bethany, CT. In addition to his work as an artist, he is artist residency and education coordinator at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. Fritz received his BA from Kenyon College and MFA from MICA.www.fritzhorstman.com