Fisk-Vittori creates work about everyday objects and environments. Arrangements of objects are presented as photographs and installations that question the function, meaning, and history surrounding that object and display. The arrangements feature both deliberate and casual formation that satirize advertisements and lifestyle magazines. Her interest lies in the relationship between art and design, and the parallel between the gallery and ordinary spaces such as the living room. The plant life and natural elements in her work emphasize an awkward relationship between the natural and human-constructed worlds. Familiar objects are presented in situations that reveal material essence and create new visual conversations
Carson Fisk-Vittori (b. 1987) was born in Austin, Texas. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009 in Interdisciplinary Studies. Her current obsessions include floral arrangement and food packaging. She has been included in group exhibitions nationally. website.