Kirsten Furlong (born 1969, Milwaukee, WI) is a visual artist in Boise, ID whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her current work engages with a series of questions about the geography of human/animal interactions and contemplates various issues about the natural world. Recently, she has completed a series of artists residencies throughout the West in remote and wilderness locations including Denali National Park and Preserve (Alaska, 2010), Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts (Wyoming, 2011), and Signal Fire (Oregon, 2012). She is the director of the Visual Arts Center at Boise State University in Boise, ID where she is also a lecturer in the Art Department.
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