Amanda Lovelee is a visual artist based in Minneapolis. She is interested in how people connect and the spaces in which they do so within contemporary society. Her work, mainly video and photography, weaves together data, stories, and personal experiences to create non-linear narratives about the fragility of human relationships, which are presented as public art projects.
Lovelee's recent work has explored a myriad of topics: family history, the lives of beekeepers and ice fishermen, strangers’ love stories, and the sociology of square dancing. She has shown her work internationally and across the U.S., in Los Angeles, New York City, Minneapolis, Hartford, and Seattle.