Biography and Curriculum Vitae


Lisa Korpos is a transdisciplinary artist who conducts experimental creative research residing at the intersection of the visual arts, critical animal studies, and cognitive science. As a third-year MFA Candidate at the University of California in San Diego, she is developing cross-species art interventions—experiences and objects that teeter between the nonhuman-animal world and our own. An array of experiential, participatory, and material forms—including installation, sculpture, video, performance, and drawing—come together within her practice to explore themes of nonhuman subjectivity, interspecies care, embodiment, and the construct of otherness. Her projects are often collaborative, featuring nonhuman participants, or alternately, undertaken alongside scientists in laboratory contexts.

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