Project Description

Liz Trosper

Assistant Professor of Instruction

Liz Trosper is an artist-educator based in Dallas, Texas. Prior to coming to ATEC, Trosper helped lead a conceptual redesign of the largest creative foundations programs in the country at the University of North Texas. She is an interdisciplinary scholar, writer, curator and former urban planner as well as a practicing artist with an MFA from UT Dallas and an MPA from UNT.

Trosper is an internationally exhibited artist, having representation by the DANAE HI digital art network with Laffy Maffei gallery in Paris and exhibitions with the CICA museum in South Korea, and the Artron network in China. She was a grad-resident at CentralTrak: The UT Dallas Artist’s Residency from 2013-2015. Her artwork is represented by Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas and was recently included in a survey of abstraction at The San Antonio Museum of Art. She has been featured in a solo exhibition at The Wilcox Space, an initiative of the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, Bernice Coulter Templeton Gallery at Texas Wesleyan University, Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Academic Gallery in New York and many other galleries and exhibition spaces.

Design & Technology, Communication & Culture, Emerging Media Art

Conceptual painting discourse via digitality and materiality, Painting objects and the internet, Painting, technology and feminist theory, Painting praxis as conduit for radical inclusivity and accessibility, Digitality and material culture, Interdisciplinary approaches to studio art and technology



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