Inga Hendrickson (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist exploring corporeal existence, human connection and the material environment both in and outside of the body. With a history in lens based media, her most recent work uses dyed fabric, beeswax, plastics, dirt and water as part of a set of materials with which to make amorphous soft sculptures. She enlists color, gravity, tension and precarity to bring an abject dynamism to the forms. She has exhibited in galleries and artist-run spaces across the United States and has appeared in several nationally and regionally distributed publications. Inga studied photography at Parsons School of Design after which she worked as a photographer in New York City for several years and holds an MFA in Studio Art program from Maryland Institute College of Art. She is the 2021 recipient of the Bunting Award for Graduate Excellence. Inga lives and works in Santa Fe, NM, land still recognized as O’ga Po’geh (White Shell Water Place) with her partner and two children.