was born in Los Angeles where she also currently resides. She received her BFA in Sculpture/New Genres from Otis College of Art and Design after studying at Columbia University and Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art. Greatly influenced by literature, her work explores ideas of utopia and perfect place. Ayeroff uses photography, film, sculpture and drawing to create objects that guide her on her path to finding utopia. Her process often involves repetitive, labor-intensive methods of making, such as sewing together small pieces of mylar to form a large sculpture or pulling prints on a lithography press for hours. This cyclical labor reflects the process of her fellow utopians, continually searching for a better world. Ayeroff is a teaching artist and runs an art workshop space out of her studio. She considers teaching to be part of her practice, hoping her efforts might influence a better future.
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