Bea Fremderman (b. 1988, Kishinev [now Chișinău], Moldova) finished her studies at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago in 2012, and she presently lives and works in Brooklyn. Her current research interests include American corporate office design, Franz Kafka, bureaucratic structures, and false notions of freedom.

In 2012, Fremderman was awarded the BFA Fellowship Award and the Fred Endsley Memorial Fellowship from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Fremderman’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, as well as in Mexico, Canada, and Europe. She has had solo exhibitions at Aran Cravey Los Angeles (2015 and 2012), Appendix Project Space, Portland, Oregon (2012), Courtney Blades, Chicago (2012), Yoga Center, Gothenburg, Sweden (2012), and Preteen Gallery, Hermosillo, Mexico (2009). She has participated in group exhibitions at Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City (2015), Long Distance Gallery, Berlin (2015), Elaine Levy Project, Brussels (2014), Hunt Gray Box, Portland, Oregon (2014), the Museum of the Moving Image, New York (2013), Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (2013), Sullivan Galleries, Chicago (2012), Art Space, Helsinki, Finland (2012), Narwhal, Toronto (2012), Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam (2012), the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2011), the Portland Art Museum, Oregon (2011), and the New Museum, New York (2009).