Artist and Alumna Katina Bitsicas to Exhibit at Public Art Festival in Orlando
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Katina Bitsicas, artist and School of Art and Art History alumna, will exhibit her film La Petite Eat at the international visual and performance art festival Art in Odd Places 2017: NOISE/Orlando November 10-12.
Bitsica's work, in conjunction with the work of 33 other artists exhibiting at the festival, offers festival attendees the chance to experience both art and the city of Orlando in new ways through an exciting art exhibition in public space.
La Petite Eat is described as a film that "parallels the issues of consumerism and the female form, and addresses overabundance of goods, and how our culture consumes without thought."
Bitsica currently serves as assistant teaching professor of digital storytelling at the University of Missouri. She earned a bachelor's degree in studio art from Kalamazoo College in Michigan, a post-baccalaureate degree from Studio Arts College International in Florence, Italy, and a master's degree in studio art from the University of South Florida. She has exhibited at The Ringling in Sarasota, Florida; Project Space Kleiner Salon in Berlin, Germany; Index Art Center in Newark, New Jersey; Tractionarts in Los Angeles, California; and AIVA Video Art Festival in Finspång, Sweden.
For more information, visit the Art in Odd Places website.