Annie Meyer is a Boston-based studio woodworker, designer, and craftsperson. They have shown work in galleries and museums including Wasserman Projects (Detroit, MI) and the Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton, MA). Annie has taught courses and workshops at various locations including Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Boston, MA), The Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts (Jamaica Plain, MA), The Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton, MA), and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (Deer Isle, ME).

Annie’s practice is a proposal for nonbinary objecthood. They interrogate how human bodies are oriented and physically altered through interactions with the built world. How the objects we shape, in turn, shape us. How we are, by extension, arranged by the designers of these objects. Annie’s work offers expanded ways of thinking about body, gender, and self. Post-normativity and fluidity are encouraged through objects that hold multiple orientations. Both solitary ways of being, and new ways of holding one another, are reimagined.