Liliana Farber (b. 1983, Uruguay) is a visual artist based in New York City. Using custom software and public digital platforms, she examines histories and design ramifications of protocols that inform broad perceptions of space and time. Farber is a recipient of Lumen Prize for Art and Technology, Network Culture Award from Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival, and Artis Grant among others. She has exhibited in venues such as The National Museum of Contemporary Art (Portugal), The National Museum of Fine Arts (Chile), The National Museum of Visual Arts (Uruguay), Ars Electronica Festival (Austria), Arebyte Gallery (London), WRO Media Art Biennale (Poland), and Raw Art Gallery (Tel Aviv). Farber’s work has been featured in OnCurating, MIT’s Leonardo, Erev-Rav, Haaretz, and El Pais (Uruguay). Farber holds an MFA from Parsons School of Design (New York), Postgraduate Fine Art Studies from Hamidrasha School of Art (Israel), and a B.A from O.R.T University (Uruguay).
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Liliana Farber is awarded the 2020 Lumen Prize Still Image Award for photograph series of non-existent islands generated by a machine learning algorithm
Israeli artists Liliana Farber and Liat Segal are among the 65 artists selected from entries from over 47 countries, representing Lumen’s most geographically diverse list of artists yet.
Liliana Farber (b.1983, Uruguay) is a new media artist based in New York. She received an MFA from Parsons School of Design (New York), completed the Postgraduate Fine Art Studies at the Hamidrasha School of Art (Israel), and a B.A in Graphic Design fr…