Craft & Material Studies
Lyndsi Schuesler is a studio artist. Her creative work focuses on the use of wool felt to investigate normative forms of interaction and interdependent relationships. Her research interests include the complex material histories of textile objects and their cultural implications.
Lyndsi Schuesler is a Detroit Metro based artist, originally from Salem, MA. She has shown nationally, including at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, MI and participated in residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
1301 Broadway, "We Live Here", Detroit, MI
Summer-Spring Residency, The Studios at Mass MoCa, North Adams, MA
Windgate Foundation Fellowship, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
George Caleb Bingham Gallery, "Future Tense II", Columbia, MO
Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, "Michigan Emerging Graduate Artists", Grand Rapids, MI
“Felt as Record”, Pecha-Kucha, Surface Design Conference, Portland, OR
Tessellate, "Suspended States", Pontiac, MI
Talking Dolls, Incubator Residency Open House, Hamtramck, MI