Liliana Farber (b. 1983, Uruguay) is a new media artist based in New York. She received an MFA from Parsons School of Design (New York), completed the Postgraduate Fine Art Studies at the Hamidrasha School of Art (Israel), and a B.A in Graphic Design from O.R.T University (Uruguay). Farber had solo shows at 1708 Gallery (Richmond, V.A), Arebyte gallery (London), Dodecá Center, Marte UpMarket gallery, and at the Education and Culture Ministry (Uruguay). She participated in numerous collective shows at The National Museum of Contemporary Art (Portugal), The National Museum of Fine Arts (Chile), The National Museum of Visual Arts (Uruguay), Ars Electronica Festival (Austria), WRO Media Art Biennale (Poland), FILE Festival (Brazil), Raw Art Gallery (Tel Aviv), Katonah Museum of Art (NY), Glassbox Art Space (Paris), and more. She received the Lumen Prize for Art and Technology (UK), the Network Culture Award from the Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival (Germany), The Art and Technology Award from Montevideo City Hall (Uruguay), and the Prize for Excellence in Art from the Ministry of Immigration (Israel).
Farber investigates ways the virtual redefines the physical world. Using custom-made software and collected material from Internet, she creates images, installations, and interactive works. These are product of research-based processes, and condense an abundance of information into unsuccessful data visualizations. Farber is interested in the politics imbedded in the algorithms we use daily, and in her work she highlights their design ramifications. She builds interfaces that celebrate chaos, and experiences that use frustration as strategy. As potential cartographies of space between the online and offline worlds, her artworks evoke existential reflections to a world co-habited by humans and algorithms.