Kindra Crick is a multimedia artist who gives visual expression to the wonder and process of scientific inquiry. In her experiential installations and layered mixed-media work she incorporates drawings, diagrams, maps, and imagery from under the microscope. She is fascinated by the human brain - our complex machine - which can fathom the beginning of time and the nature of its own thought. Crick has a degree in Molecular Biology from Princeton University and a Certificate in Painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has been influenced by the inspired marriage of her grandparents, the artist Odile Crick and the scientist Francis Crick. Noted exhibitions include: Christie’s, The Phillips Collection, the New York Hall of Science, Littman Gallery, and MDI Biological Laboratory. Her artwork is included in the LMB collection in Cambridge, England, the Gordon Gilkey Print Center at the Portland Art Museum and the Jordan Schnitzer Collection. Her work has been featured in HuffPost, PBS NewsHour CANVAS, Science Magazine, and Oregon Art Beat. She is on the board of NW Noggin, an arts-integrated neuroscience outreach organization and has given talks about the intersection of art and science at Princeton University, Lewis and Clark College, University of Wisconsin, and the Portland Art Museum.