Lewis Center Fellows
Ani Liu is a research-based artist working at the intersection of art and science. Her work examines the reciprocal relationships between science, technology and their influence on culture and identity. In the search to link scientific innovation with emotional tangibility, her work spans techniques including robotics, prosthetics, perfumes, augmented reality, and synthetic biology.
Her work has been presented internationally, and has been featured on National Geographic, VICE, Mashable, Gizmodo, TED, FOX, WIRED. She’s exhibited at Ars Electronica, Queens Museum Biennial, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Asian Art Museum, MIT Museum, Mana Contemporary, Shenzhen Design Society. She is the winner of the Biological Art & Design Award (2017) and the S&R Washington Prize (2018). She has taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and is on critique panels at Harvard, Dartmouth, MIT, University of Pennsylvania, NYU, UNC Charlotte, Pratt, Parsons. At MIT, she is on the committee of Art Scholars.
Ani has a B.A. from Dartmouth College, a Masters of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and a Master of Science from MIT Media Lab. Her studio is based in New York City.
NEWS + EVENTS
Festival of the Impossible, September 26-29, 2019, Chandran Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Meet Three Women Changing The Intersection Of Art & Tech,” Q+A with Refinery29.com, September 25, 2019
“Bringing Immersive Art Installations to Life at Festival of the Impossible,” The Adobe Blog, September 27, 2019
“@work Next Gen STEM,” Marie Claire, October 2019
“Ani Liu: Daughter of Invention” on Articulate for PBS, November 15, 2019
PBS — ARTICULATE
“Ani Liu: Daughter of Invention,” featured on PBS’ Articulate, Season 5, Episode 6, which aired November 15, 2019.