Aimee Odum is a visual artist residing in Brooklyn, New York. Odum received her MFA in Studio Art from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Here she also fulfilled curatorial endeavors and organized events as Director of sUgAR, University of Arkansas' student-run gallery, and as Director of sUgAR Vision, an Internet and Televised art platform. Recipient of the Sturgis International Fellowship, she was a Visiting Artist at Iceland Academy of the Arts in Autumn 2015 exhibiting her work at Mengi and The Living Art Museum. Invited to speak about her work, Odum participated in the symposium Local Views in conjunction with the State of the Art Exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at locations such as Satellite Art Show, (Miami, FL); University of Alberta, (Alberta, Canada); Random Access Gallery, Syracuse University, (Syracuse, NY); Negar Art Gallery, (Tehran, Iran); Hectoliter, (Brussels, Belgium); and GRIN, (Providence, RI); Odum is the recipient the of Peripheral Visions Arts Publication Fellowship, to be released in print March 2018. Her studio practice utilizes video, objects and installation to address the slippery merge between virtual and natural worlds.