Diana Cooper creates complex systems that engage and transform into multi-sensory environments. Cooper’s work combines drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation practices. Some of her works concern the inner workings of the mind, the impulses to play, to invent, and to change, while others employ systems and patterns that seem to possess an endless labyrinthine complexity. In 2007, the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland mounted an exhibition of her work from the previous decade, and published Beyond the Line, the Art of Diana Cooper. In 2009, Cooper completed Out of the Corner of My Eye, a permanent installation commissioned by the New York Department of Cultural Affairs and Polshek Architects. Ms. Cooper is currently preparing for her next solo show at Postmasters Gallery in New York City. Cooper’s new work will explore the interplay between photography, installation, and video.
Presented by ICA and the School of Design, Department of Fine Arts.