Meredith Starr is a multidisciplinary artist who gives visibility to the invisible. Starr’s process incorporates an investigation of personal and research based data. She translates the patterns she carefully observes through an accumulation of hand made marks. Her work addresses universal themes such as desire, memory, identity politics, and the environment. Starr is a full time professor of visual arts at SUNY SCCC and is a regional coordinator for the FATE organization. Her drawings have been published in Space Out: Memory and Tool Book. She is a member of the Wayfarers Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn and has shown internationally in such cities at the Hague, Hong Kong, and Seoul, and nationally in Chicago, DC, Pasadena, and New York.