Stefani Bardin is a Brooklyn-based artist who explores the influences of corporate culture and industrial food production on our food system and the environment. She works with neuroscientists, biologists, and gastroenterologists to ground her research in the scientific world. These investigations take the form of single and multi-channel videos, immersive and interactive installations as well as tools for measuring and/or mediating these influences. Bardin’s exhibitions include Art, Environment, Action, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons, NY (2012); M2A: Mouth to Anus Project, Wired Magazine (2012); and Creative Time Summit, Creative Time, NY (2013).
Bardin’s awards and residencies include Gardens for Healthy Communities RFP, Lease for Lot in Williamsburg, NYC Department of Parks, NY (2013); Residency, Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, NY (2010-2012); Residency, Sprouts Society for Media Art at Farms in the Catskills, NY (2010); and Finishing Funds, Experimental Television Center, NY (2010). She received her B.B.A. from George Washington University, B.A. from Webster University, M.A. from University of Maine, and M.F.A. from University at Buffalo.
Featured image photo credit: Courtesy of the artist