Autobiographical and fictional narratives are explored in Laura Fitzgerald’s practice through drawing, text, and video. Her work references her own rural background and general anxieties of what it means to be an artist. Fitzgerald constructs representational spaces using models and projections and uses text self-reflexively to consider the act of making art as a romanticized endeavor and an experience-based reality. Through her video work, she draws on the nuanced differences between the documentary veracity and archival montage, generating ambiguity between what is fiction and not. Laura infuses her works with humor, presenting a self-critical commentary of how and what it is to be an artist.