Justin Sorensen (b. 1986) is an Ohio-based artist whose studio practice spans multiple mediums and visual traditions. His work explores a range of themes including time, religion, and technology.
He received his BFA from Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA before completing his MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, RI. His work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the United States, most notably at David Krut Projects (New York, NY), Wesley Theological Seminary (Washington, DC), the Riffe Gallery (Columbus, OH), and the North Dakota Museum of Art (Grand Forks, ND). He has also shown his work internationally in Russia, Canada, and Japan.
In 2018, he received a research fellowship from the Nagel Institute at Calvin University, allowing him to spend two weeks studying art and religion in Beijing, Nanjing, and Shanghai.
Justin lives in Ohio with his wife Laura and their daughters Frances and Agnes.