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You thought that you were alone but I caught your bullet just in time (in progress,
darkened view), 2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variableYou thought that you were alone but I caught your bullet just in time
(in progress, darkened view), 2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your bullet just in time (in progress,
darkened view, detail), 2009
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
Annie Heckman
Presented by
Heidi Russell
You thought that you were alone but I caught your bullet just in time (in progress, darkened
view, detail), 2009
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your
bullet just in time (in progress, darkened view), 2009
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your
bullet just in time (in progress, darkened view), 2009
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your
bullet just in time (in progress), 2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I
caught your bullet just in time (in
progress), 2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your
bullet just in time (in progress, darkened view), 2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
You thought that you were alone but I caught your
bullet just in time (in progress, darkened view),
2008
paper, graphite, phosphorescent paint
dimensions variable
Airline to Heaven, Part
II, 2009 (in progress) -

You thought that you
were alone but I caught
your bullet just in time,
Annie Heckman is a visual artist based in Chicago. Her work
explores mortality and afterlife ideologies through sculptural
animation installations and works on paper. She graduated with a
BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MFA from
New York University, both in Studio Art. Annie has exhibited her
projects in numerous spaces, including exhibitions in Chicago,
New York City, Budapest, and Białystok, Poland. Her recent
projects include animation installations using phosphorescence
and moving parts. She is the founder of StepSister Press and
works as a museum educator with the Museum of Contemporary
Art in Chicago.