Eric Rannestad (b. 1996, Connecticut) is a Washington based artist making work about the built environment and the systems that humans use to compartmentalize the natural world. Eric received his BA in Art and Economics from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington. He has attended fellowships and residencies at the Centrum, Vermont Studio Center, North Cascades Institute, New York Arts Practicum, and Shell House Residency. His research in environmental economics is critical to his art practice and Eric’s ongoing work for environmental and conservation groups is a strong influence in his work.

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