Mary Lucier
Video and Installation Artist
Cochecton, NY
2010 USA Fellow

USA Gracie Fellow

Mary Lucier is celebrated for her contributions to the form of multi-monitor, multi-channel video installation. She attended Brandeis University, originally working in sculpture, photography, and performance before concentrating on video in the 1970s. In her work, she has explored the theme of landscape as a metaphor for loss and regeneration such as in Ohio at Giverny (1983), which traces a journey from her home in Ohio to Monet’s garden in France, and, more recently, trauma as experienced and articulated in more narrative modes,

Photo credit Cecelia Condit.

  • Artwork by Mary Lucier
    The Plains of Sweet Regret, 2004-07, video installation; photo credit the artist
Artwork by Mary Lucier