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For the past decade, Liz Glynn (b. 1981, Boston, Mass.) has worked in sculpture, installation, and performance, examining the ways in which cultural objects of the past embody or confront power dynamics, social structures, and systems of value. Her work has been the subject of important one-person shows including “The Archaeology of Another Possible Future,” a yearlong exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams (2017), and “RANSOM ROOM,” at the SculptureCenter, New York (2014). She has enacted other large-scale installations and performances for the San Francisco International Airport (2019), Frieze Live (2018), Now+There in Boston (2018), the Public Art Fund in New York (2017), Los Angeles County Museum of Art (2013), Frieze Projects (2013), Performa 11 in New York, and the migrating public art project, “Station to Station.” Major group exhibitions include the Hammer Museum’s “Made in LA'' biennial (2012), for which she was named a Mohn Award finalist; J. Paul Getty Museum’s “Pacific Standard Time'' (2013); and the New Museum’s “The Generational: Younger than Jesus” (2009). Glynn currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, where she is an Assistant Professor at the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UC Irvine.