Originally from New England, Marcie Paper (b.1979) is an artist currently living and working in Brooklyn. Marcie makes both paintings and stop-animated films that investigate the track and significance of short-term memory. She received her MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2006. Since then she has been awarded a number of residencies, and has shown her work nationally.
Marcie has been a part of a number of shows in Brooklyn, including the Giacobetti-Paul Gallery, Rabbithole Studios and is included in the Pierogi flatfiles. In most recent years solo shows include, 1708 Gallery in Richmond Virginia, Seton Gallery at the University of New Haven, in New Haven Connecticut, Tin Lark Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Crisp-Ellert Museum in St. Augustine, Florida.