• Terry Berlier's Overview
        • Name:
          Terry Berlier
        • Title:
          Assistant Professor, Sculpture
        • Department:
          Art & Art History
        • Department Member:
          Yes
        • Areas of Specialization:
          Sculpture, Installation, Kinetic, Interactive, Sound
        • Email:
          berlier@stanford.edu
        • Primary Phone:
          650-498-7218
        • Office Number (physical):
          100A Cummings Art Bldg.
        • Office Hours:
          W 12:00-1:00
        • Research Areas:

          Sculpture, Installation, Kinetics, Interactive, Video, Sound

        • Short Bio:

          Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily with sculpture, installation, and video. Her work is often kinetic, interactive and/or sound based and often focuses around everyday objects, the environment, ideas of nonplace/place and queer practice. 

          Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally (Europe, Australia, Middle East) including Barcelona, Venice, Girona, Meinz, Tel Aviv, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento. She recently received the Kala Art Institute fellowship and residency for 2009-10 in Berkeley, CA and a residency at the Hungarian Multicultural Center in Budapest, Hungary in July 2010. In 2008-9 she received the Visions from the New California Residency at the Exploratorium: Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco through the Alliance of Artists Communities. She has received grants from California Council for Humanities California Stories Fund, City of Cincinnati Individual Artist Grant, and the City of Davis Art Contract. She was a fellowship recipient for a residency at the Millay Colony for Artists in New York in 2004.

          In 2003 she received an MFA in Studio Art from University of California, Davis and a BFA from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1994. Berlier has taught at UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, and California College of the Arts. She currently teaches in the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University since 2007. 

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The French Ambassadors of King Henry II at the court of the English King Henry VIII

Oil on canvas

Holbein, Hans the Younger (1497-1543)

Photo credit: Erich Lessing / Art Resource, NY

Favela in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2007

Robert Dawson

Mirror Mirror

1990

16mm film

Jan Krawitz

Nesting Nautilus

2006

Laser-cut plywood

John Edmark