The recent artwork by Lise Prown explores the intersection of technology, interactivity and everyday actions and objects. Often creating transient artworks and technology based installations that use the language of popular culture to examine expectations of signification in the modern world. The goal of her work is to reach as broad a cross section of viewers as possible while creating artwork that is content rich and artistically engaging.
She often works with her partner, Curt Belshe, creating many indoor and outdoor art installations. They have shown throughout the Metro Area and received several grants from NY arts agencies for the creation of public art works. Their work is in the collection of the Samuel L. Dorsky Museum.
Lise Prown has a BFA from Minneapolis College of Art and Design and an MFA from the Yale University. She is currently the Technology Manager and Gallery Coordinator for Westchester Community College, Center for the Digital Arts.