Becs Epstein

Master of Fine Arts in Studio, Performance

Becs Epstein’s practice is anchored in the dynamics of human-plant relationships. Becs is a research-based, transdisciplinary artist working in sculpture, performance, video, and installation. Becs oscillates between sincerity and humor, connection and disconnection, and anthropocentrism and ecocentrism, at a time of human-created climate crisis. She has exhibited and curated internationally and across the United States. Exhibitions include In/Form (Chicago, Links Hall), August Wilson Center (Pittsburgh), Legend Galleries (Philadelphia), Elbow Room Gallery (New York City), and Manifestos of Systematic Change (New Zealand). She has been a resident at Barim in South Korea, Stomping Ground in NY, and NARS Governors Island Satellite Residency in NYC. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with BFA in Contextual Practice and Sculpture. She squiggles everyday into tight spots of toxicity and feeling with the non-human.


Apology Activations: March 1–3, 12:00 pm, and March 4, 7, & 8, 4:00 pm, Lower Level 2