Liz Glynn

Emerging Fields, 2016

Liz Glynn creates sculptural objects, large-scale installations, events and participatory performances. Drawing from different historical epochs, architecture, and literature, her work seeks to explore the individual agency within complex superstructures in the face of an increasingly abstract economy. Her practice seeks to embody dynamic cycles of growth and decay by evidencing process, encouraging participation, and inciting future action. Recent solo exhibitions include The Myth of Singularity at LACMA (2015), RANSOM ROOM at Sculpture Center (2014), and On the Possibility of Salvage at Paula Cooper Gallery (2014). Her work has been exhibited at the New Museum (NYC), the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), and the Petit Palais (Paris). Reviews of her projects have appeared in The New York TimesArtforumNew York MagazineThe Los Angeles TimesThe New YorkerArt LiesArchaeology Magazine and Frieze. Glynn was born in Boston and lives and works in Los Angeles.