Aimee Odum is a visual artist working in video, ceramics and installation. She received her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Odum’s recent curatorial projects involve the exhibition Vibrant Things for Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York and serving on the Organizational Committee for Nasty Women, NYC. Odum has been invited to speak about her work at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Virginia Commonwealth University. She was awarded the Sturgis International Fellowship in 2015 and invited to the DNA Summer Residency in 2017. Odum has exhibited nationally and internationally with solo exhibitions at Arts + Leisure Gallery (New York, NY) and Random Access Space, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY); as well as two-person exhibitions at GRIN, (Providence, RI); Elijah Wheat Showroom (Brooklyn, NY); Satellite Art Show (Miami, Florida); and Hectoliter, (Brussels, Belgium).