Meredith Carr received her MFA in painting from Ohio University and is currently teaching drawing at the Columbus College of Art and Design. She has participated in exhibitions such as the Ohio Short Film and Video Showcase at The Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus Ohio, 2D3D Figurative Works, Delta Center For The Arts, LH Horton Jr Gallery, San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, California and The Hungarian Project Exhibition at the International Ceramic Studio Gallery in Kecskemet Hungary.
Recently her work has addressed the dissemination of images in American culture. Trends and patterns are examined from different contextual sources, some meant for broader audiences and others that are circulated to a smaller segment of the population. She is interested in how these images are communicating and how they affect the formation of our society and worldview. Some of the interfaces being explored are received through passive spectatorship, such as in Vogue:March 2010, The Power Issue series while others involve viewer participation and are interactive such as the on line images analyzed in On The Threshold.