Louisa Armbrust makes art about play. Her projects explore the limits of rules and the line between freedom and authority embodied in games and sports. Louisa Armbrust was born in Ottawa, Canada and grew up in Denver, Colorado. Awards include a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space Residency, Harvestworks Artist in Residence, Full Fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center, Museum of Contemporary Art | Denver 2005 Biennial, and Honorable Mention at the Rocky Mountain Biennial 2004. Her work has been shown at the Hofstra Museum, the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art | Denver, the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, Studio Aiello Gallery, and Singer Gallery, Denver. She received an MA from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She currently lives in Brooklyn.