Liz Rodda is a multimedia artist working primarily with video, sound and sculpture. In 2006, she received an MFA in Studio for Interrelated Media from Massachusetts College of Art. Liz’s work has been exhibited internationally at venues like Video Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY, Boston Young Contemporaries, 808 Gallery, MA and Independents Liverpool Biennial, UK.
Included in the 2010 Art + Architecture Show was Portraits of Strangers. The project is the video documentation of individuals asked to stand alone in public for several minutes at a time. The videos reveal the individual subjects’ sense of awkwardness as well as their involvement in their representation. More of Liz’s work can be seen at www.lizrodda.com