KC CROW MADDUX
b. Tulsa, OK
KC Crow Maddux is a Brooklyn based, trans artist whose work employs photography, painting, and sculptural processes that defy categorization. They are interested in the friction between the specific embodied self and the abstract, taxonomic language we often use.
Maddux has been awarded residencies at Yaddo, the Fire Island Artist Residency, Lighthouse Works, Wassaic Project, and the Vermont Studio Center. Their work has appeared and been written about in ArtForum, the New York Times, Forbes, NewFlesh, Original Plumbing, Filthy Dreams, and Hyperallergic. They have recently shown at Marquee Projects, A.I.R. Gallery, 1969 Gallery, Field Projects, Spring/Break, Haul, and Vox Populi. In 2020, their work was in the two-person inaugural exhibition by the Compton Trans Cultural District in San Francisco, and was recently included in "Not Me, Not That, Not Nothing Either" at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art.
Finger Trap, High Noon, New York, NY