Isabel Beavers is a transdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles, California. Their work explores ecologies, examines environmental histories and postulates about climate futures through multimedia installation and new media. Beavers’ work has been presented at Museum of Design Atlanta (2021), San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (2021), New York Hall of Science (2020), CultureHub LA (2020), MIT Museum (2019), Humbolt-Universität zu Berlin Thaer-Institut (2018), Mountain Time Arts (2017). They have held workshops at the Hammer Museum (2020) and the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (2019). Beavers holds an MFA from Tufts University and is the 2021 AICAD/NOAA Fisheries Art + Science Fellow.
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Isabel will kick off Creative Impact Lab Amman with an artist talk to introduce participants and the public to her creative practice and approach to the Lab. We will post a video recording of the talk here after the event on May 14, 2022. In the meantime, you're invited to view the video above containing artist testimonies from our virtual exchanges during the first year of the pandemic.