Oliver Lutz (b. 1973) lives and works in New York. In his work, he addresses issues of spectatorship, mediation, and methods by which the contemporary subject is understood and defined through media and technology. His projects often involve installation, video, performance, and notation. His work has been exhibited internationally at Tate Modern (London, UK), SFMOMA (San Fransisco, CA), S.M.A.K. Museum of Contemporary Art (Gent, Belgium), Württembergischer Kunstverein (Stuttgart, Germany), MARTa Museum (Herford, Germany), Artpace (San Antonio, TX), The Kitchen (New York, NY), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), Broad Art Center (Los Angeles, CA), FILTER projectraum (Hamburg, Germany), Apex Art (New York, NY), John Connelly (New York, NY), Scaramouche Gallery (New York, NY), i8 (Reykjavík, Iceland), Black and White Gallery (New York, NY). In 2007 Lutz was the recipient of the IV International Painting Prize Diputación de Castellón, Spain. He has been a resident artist at The Banff Centre (Alberta, Canada) and Fogo Island Arts Corporation (Newfoundland, Canada), and a faculty member at The Banff Centre, Cornell University and a Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lutz received his Masters degree from MIT Visual Arts Program in 2006. Previously, he attended FAMU – the National Academy of Film and Television (Prague, Czech Republic) while completing his BFA in Painting and Multi-media at Cornell University in ‘96.