Noah Klersfeld is a video artist and architect living and working in New York City where he is a resident artist at The Elizabeth Foundation for The Arts. He earned BFA and BARCH degrees from The Rhode Island School of Design and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His exhibitions and screenings include The Montclair Art Museum (NJ), The Hunterdon Art Museum (NJ), The San Diego Art Institute (CA), The Islip Art Museum (NY), The Museum of Contemporary Photography (IL), The Bronx Museum of The Arts (NY), and The Center on Contemporary Art (WA). He recently completed a long-term video installation at The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) with collaborator Patty Chang and has installed public works in the Toronto subway system (TCC), The Calgary International Airport (YYC), and on the Manhattan Bridge (NY). Noah is a 2016 recipient of the Peter S Reed Foundation grant and his work is in a new book, Media Art and The Urban Environment: Engendering Public Engagement with Urban Ecology.
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