Multi-media artist Joseph Farbrook grew up in Philadelphia and New York City. His father was a concrete poet and his mother a realist painter. Farbrook attended the University of Colorado creating electronic installations, interactive video, and virtual reality narratives. His latest body of work explores ways in which to invoke feelings of life and entity from within digital objects. This series includes video portraiture, picture/graphic loops, and sculptural objects embedded in flat-screens. His artwork has been exhibited nationally in museums and galleries in Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Denver, Boulder, St. Louis, Tampa, and internationally in South Korea, Guatemala City, Palestine, Mexico City, Oaxaca, and Santiago. Recent venues include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, The Soap Factory in Minneapolis, and the International Center of Bethlehem, Palestine.