(Schneider, Carrie) Carrie Schneider is a Hudson, New York-and Brooklyn-based artist working in photography and film. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki; the santralistanbul, Istanbul; Galería Alberto Sendros, Buenos Aires; and the California Museum of Photography, at University of California, Riverside, among others. She has been awarded a Joan Mitchell Foundation Residency Fellowship, a Jerome Foundation NYC Film/Video grant, and a 2015 Creative Capital Award. Schneider attended Carnegie Mellon University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and the Kuvataideakatemia (Finnish Academy of Fine Arts) in Helsinki, as a Fulbright Fellow, as well as the Whitney Independent Study Program. From 2012–2014, Schneider photographed and filmed 100 female artists, writers, curators, and musicians in their own homes or studios as they read a book of their choosing by a woman writer. These sessions resulted in 100 photographic portraits and a 4-hour film, which show the readers at the moments they are the most immersed in their selected texts.