B.A., George Washington University
M.F.A., Georgia State University
Lisa Alembik is an artist, educator and curator. At the Dalton Gallery, she recently organized the “Quadrennial: Greater Decatur 2010” and “My sweet, sweet….” Past curations include “Blackbird on your shoulder: stories and other truths from the South,” “limbs, heart, tongue & teeth” and “The Velocity of Gesture, or How to Build an Empire.” Alembik’s artwork focuses on cultural ideas of landscape, home and the fleshy body that are influenced by the migrations and atrocities of modern history. Her drawings, paintings and installations have been exhibited throughout the southeast, including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and the Huntsville Museum. She was recently included in “Pap Art,” which traveled from Truman State University in Missouri to San Francisco’s City College Art Gallery. She is a Hambidge Center Fellow and an active participant in the Georgia arts’ community.