Artist in Residence; Interim Codirector of Graduate Studies, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Studio Arts
Biography:Julianne Swartz creates immersive installations, sculptures, and photographs. Her work combines intangible elements, like sound, light, air, and magnetism, with a variety of materials to generate multisensory, participatory experiences.
Exhibition venues include: the Tate Liverpool Museum; Whitney Museum of American Art (2004 Biennial exhibition); New Museum; Jewish Museum, New York; MoMA PS1; Indianapolis Museum of Art; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art; and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Awards include: Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Fellowship in Music and Sound; Anonymous Was a Woman Fellowship; American Academy of Arts and Letters Artist Fellowship; Joan Mitchell Foundation, Award for Painters and Sculptors; and New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture.
Articles and reviews in: Art in America, Artforum, Frieze, Artnews, Sculpture Magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, and Boston Globe.
BA, University of Arizona; MFA, Bard College. At Bard since 2006.
Location: Fisher Annex
Office: Room 105