New York City-based artist Leah Beeferman travels to and documents remote northern landscapes. This practice forms the basis of her digital prints, videos, and sound pieces, which explore the relationships among observation and abstraction, natural and digital, physical and experiential.
Beeferman has had solo exhibitions at Rawson Projects, New York, and Sorbus, Helsinki. Recent two-person or group exhibitions include Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York; The Anderson, Richmond; Studio 17, Stavanger; Galaria Nara Roesler, São Paolo; Bass & Reiner, San Francisco; Fridman Gallery, New York; and OK Corral, Copenhagen. Beeferman has participated in many residencies, including LMCC Workspace, New York; The Arctic Circle, Svalbard; Mustarinda, Finland; ArsBioarctica, Finland; Digital Painting Atelier, OCAD, Toronto; Sirius, Ireland; and SIM, Iceland. Publications include Triple Point, an artist book published by Lodret Vandret, Copenhagen. Beeferman received an MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University (2010) and a BA from Brown University (2004), and was the recipient of a Fulbright Scholar Grant to Finland (2016-17). www.leahbeeferman.com