Piper Mavis

Piper Mavis is a Los Angeles based visual artist. Originally focused on lens-based media her practice has grown to include large site-specific installations as well as small sculptural objects as she explores themes of loss, nostalgia, memory and personal histories. She earned her BA from Bennington College in the United States and her MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art in the United Kingdom. She has exhibited internationally. Her artwork can be viewed here. Her ongoing writing and photography piece The Hollywood Ending can be found here


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