Annie Kielman is a Chicago resident who received her MFA in printmaking from the School of Art Institute of Chicago. Her practice focuses on a constant attempt at perceptual readjustment. The work stems from an exploration of a deliberate distortion of form— utilizing subtle tweaks that create intrigue simply because they are counter-intuitive. Her process undulates between sculptural and print mediums, investigating strange relationships that blend what is perceived and what is seen. I view this constant movement between 3-dimensional to 2-dimensional work as a method of translation of processes that allows for one medium to alter another.