As a sculptor, Claire Lieberman uses both traditional and experimental materials such as Jell-O, alabaster, wax, glass, rubber and marble, as well as video and photography to create installations that trigger a sense of dislocation. As a printmaker, Lieberman explores formal aspects of her often ephemeral sculptural works. 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 merge. Read our blog post about the artist here.
Claire Lieberman holds an MFA from Pratt Institute and a BFA from Tufts University. She has had solo and group exhibitions throughout the US and internationally, including the Chelsea Art Museum, NY; Forum Schlossplatz, Zurich, Mudac Museum, Lausanne; Seoul Art Center, Korea; Queens College Art Center, NY; and The LAB, NYC. Lieberman has completed public commissions in Providence, RI, Milwaukee, WI and Salina, KS. Lieberman’s work has been reviewed in Whitehot Magazine, Sculpture Magazine, the New York Times and Art On Paper.