Caitlin McIntyre is an Animated Arts Major at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon. She is an interdisciplinary artist working in video, moving image, and traditional drawing techniques. Caitlin’s work engages the separation of the body and mind as a manufacture of human identity. She animates her characters to act out her inner struggles. Often these struggles use psychological representations, such as emotions and thoughts as a communicative tool. Her interest is in the ability for a moving image to transport the viewer in an attempt to transform the imaginable into a physical form.
Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, OR - Bachelor’s of Fine Arts- Animated Arts
Bellevue College, Bellevue, WA - General Arts and Science Associates
2016 Leave It Better than You Found It, Expanded Frames: Vestiges, Rose Bond, Portland, OR
2015 Night Lights: You Are Here, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Laura Heit, Portland, OR
2016 First Thursday: Student Work Gallery, Deep Thought, Pacific Northwest College of Art