By stripping structures and systems that convey information within our cultural landscape of their intended purpose, Tiffany Carbonneau’s work presents a re-negotiation of the way we ingest information that influences our thoughts and actions. Her work exposes the means and processes through which systems of mass media and public architecture convey information, urging the viewer to address previous assumptions about the nature of, and our relationship to, mass media, delineated space, and the digital image.

Tiffany has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally at venues including The Land of Tomorrow and The Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts in Louisville, Kentucky, The International Ceramics Studio in Keskemet, Hungary, The Grand Arts Center in Tracy, California, and The Borelli-Edwards Gallery in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Her work was recently viewed in exhibitions including Beacons: an Exhibition of Luminous Art, at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan, The Toronto Urban Film Festival, in Toronto, Canada, Asterisk at the Bridge, in conjunction with Cleveland Ingenuity Festival, Cleveland, Ohio and Transmittance: reconsidering landscape, a solo exhibition at Barr Gallery, Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, Indiana. Her most recent work can be viewed at the upcoming Currents 2011: Santa Fe International New Media Festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico and Lumen: International Art and Projection Festival in New York, New York. Tiffany Carbonneau’s work is included in the permanent collection of the 21c Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as several private collections, and her work has been reviewed in periodicals including Ceramics Art and Perception, Cantanker magazine, SchoolArts magazine and The Austin Chronicle.