Noah Klersfeld is an artist and architect living and working in New York City. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design. He has recently exhibited work at The Islip Art Museum (New York), The Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), Freight + Volume Gallery (New York), Side Street Projects, Pharmaka Gallery and The Cirrus Gallery (Los Angeles), The Centre of Contemporary Culture (Barcelona) and The Kustera Tilton Gallery and Invisible Dog Gallery (New York City). His recent screenings include The SIMULTAN06 Video and Media Arts Festival (Romania), The 2010 Performance Intermedia Festival (Poland) and the 16th Annual Chicago Underground Film Festival (Chicago). His piece “Payroll” has been on two national tours and has received awards from the Center on Contemporary Arts (Seattle WA) and the ASU Film and Video Festival (Tempe AZ). Noah recently completed a video commission with collaborator Patty Chang at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and is working now on a permanent installation with the 92nd street Y in downtown Manhattan.