Zachary Lieberman

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Zachary Lieberman
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Born New York
Nationality American
Education MFA Design and Technology, Parsons School of Design
Known for interactive art, programming, video, digital art

Zachary Lieberman is an American artist and computer programmer. His work uses technology in a playful way to break down the fragile boundary between the visible and the invisible. His art work focuses around computer graphics, human-computer interaction, and computer vision.

Lieberman's work has appeared in numerous exhibitions around the world, including Ars Electronica, Futuresonic, CeBIT, and the Off Festival. He has collaborated with artist Golan Levin on interactive audiovisual projects like "Messa Di Voce", and worked with Theo Watson to create openFrameworks, an open source C++ library for creative coding and graphics.[1] Lieberman has held residencies at Ars Electronica Futurelab, Eyebeam, Dance Theater Workshop, and the Hangar Center for the Arts in Barcelona.

Lieberman holds a BA in Fine Arts from Hunter College and an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design, where he now teaches classes on artistic uses of computation.[2]

Awards & Distinctions[edit]

  • 10/2010: AOL 25x25 Artist grant
  • 9/2010: Golden Nica, Ars Electronica, 2010, Prix
  • 6/2010: 100 Creative People in Business, Fast Company
  • 7/2009: Artist's Grant, New York State Council on the Arts
  • 8/2008: Honorary Mention, Ars Electronica, 2008, Prix
  • 11/2006: Award, CYNETart competition.
  • 8/2006: Award of Distinction, Ars Electronica 2006 Prix.
  • 8/2005: Artist's Grant, New York State Council on the Arts
  • 1/2005: Nominee, Artist of the Year, 6th Annual WIRED magazine Rave Award
  • 9/2004: Honorable Mention, Interactive Art, Prix Ars Electronica 2004

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