Joshua Liebowitz is a New York based artist working with research and assemblage. Liebowitz’s works have been shown at CAFA International Gallery, Beijing; Transmitter Gallery, New York; ISCP, Pioneer Works, The Boiler|Pierogi, and NARS Foundation (New York), amongst others. His commissions include The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church; Flux Factory; Electric Objects, and his works have been discussed in a variety of publications, including The Atlantic; Art News; ArtFCity; Jacket 2; Packet BiWeekly; Huffington Post; and Bedford+Bowery.
He earned his BA at Columbia University.
All images courtesy of the artist
(From left) installation view: The Activation of Marginalia, Edge Polity, Designed Subject Navigates the Blob, 2018
(From foreground) installation view: Ballast (Autonomous Thinking in the Exhaustion Years), Concerning the Arbitrariness of Platforms, 2018
Transfer of Self Over a Network Connection, 2017, CNC-routed HDU foam, projection, digital print on acrylic, 74 x 76 x 16.25 inches
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