Lillian Ball is an artist and environmental activist working in New York. Water imagery is a constant, focusing on environmental concerns. A multidisciplinary background in anthropology, ethnographic film, and sculpture inform her work. She exhibits internationally and has received numerous awards including two New York State Foundation for the Arts grants, a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts, and a National Endowment for the Arts grant.
"See Through Thoreau", 2015, waterjet cut granite, 82w x 32h x 1.25 inches
"Rising Voices: Sea Levels in Shaktoolik", 2012, video & water installation, 10' x 10' x 2'h "True North" exhibition, Anchorage Museum
"GO Doñana", 2008, 4 Screen Interactive Video Installation
YOUniverse/3rd International Seville Biennial,
at Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, Spain
"66 Degrees, 32 North, 50 Years", 2007, video projection on ice sculpture (Swedish Embassy, DC) or ice water (Boulder MOCA, CO), 30"h x 40"w x 40"d
"GO ECO", 2005-2007, interactive game installation, video projection with mixed media, Queens Museum of Art, NY
"Leap of Faith", 2005, video installation addressing wetland issues, Carnegie Mellon University Art Gallery, PA
"Clearing Limits Triptych", 2005, wetland view of endangered Iris Prismatica, 24 x 36", archival mounted photographs
"Invasion" Diptych, 2005.
winter and summer views of the Harper Preserve wetlands, 24 x 36", archival mounted photographs