exhibition: Warm and Fuzzy, Marcia Wood Gallery, March 25 - April
24, 2010. installation images
Lieberman, in her video work, photography and sculptural
installations, exploits such materials as Jell-O, alabaster, wax,
glass, rubber and marble to create images that trigger a sense of
dislocation. Juxtaposing solid and ephemeral materials with static
and kinetic imagery, Lieberman creates a surprising reality where
the solidity and rigidity of both image and material remain unresolved.
Claire Lieberman holds an MFA from Pratt Institute
and an BFA from Tufts University (MA) in affiliation with the School
of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Since 1996, she has been seen
in solo exhibitions throughtout the U.S., and has completed public
commissions in Providence, RI, Milwaukee, WI, and Salina, KS. She
has been published in Sculpture Magazine, The New York Times and
Art On Paper, among others, and been featured in numerous catalogues.
Claire Lieberman lives and works in Bloomington,
IL. Lieberman earned an MFA in 1996 from Pratt Institue.. She exhibits
across the US in galleries and institutions including Chelsea Art
Museum, NYC, Shore Institute of Contemporary Art, NY, Queens College
Art Center, NYC, Quincy Art Center, IL, and The LAB, NYC. Her extensive
bibliography includes Sculpture magazine (1999, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2009), Chicago Tribune, New York Times, Art on Paper, and
Please see clairelieberman.com
for more information.