Amy Trachtenberg is a multidisciplinary artist whose work includes painting, collage, sculpture, language, installation, and public projects. Diverse in their scale and material sources she uses everyday items like zippers, industrial materials, printed matter, and clothing as primary materials. Researched and conjoined into hybrid entities they exist between fiction and abstraction. By bringing what exists in the world into the work where awareness is aroused by the qualities of color, tactility, and an appetite for examining the remains of material culture. Weaving visible structures built on memory and forgetfulness, she explores relationships between architecture, the body and everyday objects.