Carrie Schneider is a Houston based artist interested in collapsing moments across time and the ability of people to reimagine their space. Her projects include Hear Our Houston (2011), a hub of public generated audio walking tours, Care House (2012) an installation in the house she grew up in considering the roles of caregiving/caretaking and the bodies of mother/home, The Human Tour 2013 with collaborator Alex Tu, and Sunblossom Residency (2009-2015). Schneider co-organizes Charge, a Houston convening of local and national presenters to platform artist-led models, advocate for equitable compensation of artists, and consider artists’ work in the larger economy.
Her work has been featured by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Project Row Houses, Diverseworks, Alabama Song, Labotanica, and many places outside of arts institutions. She has organized and hosted many public conversations including for the Rothko Chapel and the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. Her work and writing have been featured in Gulf Coast, Temporary Art Review, and Cite Magazine.Professional Website