A Little Bit About Madison
Madison Trotman is an interdisciplinary artist based in Baltimore, MD working with photography and sound design. She is currently pursuing a BFA in Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art, anticipating to graduate in May 2019. Madison has shown in several group shows at MICA and Stevenson University. She is also a member of the Wilgus Gallery, a student led gallery at MICA. Madison is excited to announce that she is interning with FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, a creative activist collaboration nationally known for producing large-scale public art projects that serve as community healing spaces for survivors of sexual violence.
Heavily influenced by filmmakers and musicians, Madison is is interested in working with sound and photography in conjunction with one another immerse the viewer into a specific environment. While her work is constantly evolving, most of it is concerned with identity and place. Madison's art seeks to capture her life and experiences in Alabama, Tennessee, and Maryland — places she's lived. Recently, she's been wrestling with the idea of home since her mother passed. These photographs and sound pieces serve as reflections of her life in a transitory state as her relationship to home changes.
Coffee, windbreakers, psychological thrillers, music festivals
Decaf, romantic comedies, blizzards
*Image above taken by Nora Fish-Kane