Lecturer 1997 - 2006

Scher’s work critically engages electronic security and surveillance issues in our culture. She is interested in creating temporary and transitory web/installation/performance works that explore issues of power, control and seduction. Her spoken word CD’s and installations have been exhibited worldwide in physical art spaces – including recent solo exhibitions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York, and Schipper and Krome in Berlin – as well as on the world wide web and on the Electra recording label. She is the recipient of many grants and fellowships including a Bunting Institute Fellowship for Surveillance Studies at Harvard University, 1996-1997. She has taught and lectured at a number of institutions including Harvard University, Princeton University and Rutgers University.