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Interview with Leah Beeferman

By Rhizome

The following continues the series of paired interviews with artists carried out here and at This Too Will Pass. Leah Beeferman is a young artist who recently had the opportunity to show her work at Philadelphia's SPACE 1026. SPACE turned 10 years old this year, and it's one of the focal points for the alternative art making and exhibition culture that's really starting to take on a life of its own in the City of Brotherly Love.

Leah Beeferman likes to imagine the internal lives of architecture and buildings. Her show, Orbital Debris, with Brooke Inman, here in Philadelphia, primarily exhibited work from a series she called "Imagining the Universe as seen by a Building used to track Orbital Debris."

While her work shows a great interest in technology, she does it all by hand. She talks more about what she's trying to achieve below. If this isn't enough, you can find more about the inner workings of Ms. Beeferman in the Exterview at This Too Will Pass.


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