Carrie Bodle is a visual and sound artist.
Translating inaudible or invisible phenomena into sensible experiences, she creates a conversation between scientific research and its extension to the public through art. In recent works buildings speak of scientific practice happening within, speakers become small mouths of histories and technological change, and embroidery becomes a tangible, visual residue of oceanographic data.
Bodle received her Master’s of Science in Visual Studies from the MIT Visual Arts Program in 2005. Artist residencies and fellowships include Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, IBM Watson Collaborative User Experience Group in Cambridge, MA and 911 Media Arts Center/Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, WA. Recently she was included on the Washington State Arts Commission Public Artist Roster, King County 4Culture Public Artist Registry, and Oregon State Public Artist Registry and since 2006 has been a lecturer at the University of Washington.