Liz Kueneke

Liz Kueneke, Chicago 1976

Liz Kueneke investigates the relationships that people have with their environment through the use of participatory mapping activities and public interventions. She is fascinated by the human urban experience and the different layers of meaning attached to the public and private spaces that we inhabit, and how the changes taking place in our cities are affecting our lives. She has been especially influenced by people such as the urban planner Kevin Lynch, the Situationists, the Barbapapas, and the Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh. She loves walking, and will do just about anything for a slice of rhubarb pie.

She received a dual degree in Fine Arts and French Literature in 1998 from Georgetown University, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Claremont Graduate University (Los Angeles) in 2001. In addition to her artistic practice, she also gives workshops to art and architecture students on psychogeography and participatory mapping. She has lived in Spain since 2003, and lives and works between Ibiza and Barcelona.


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