Diann Bauer studied art and architecture at Cooper Union and Goldsmiths College. Her work deploys a language of visual force across disciplines, including drawing, sculpture, painting, printmaking, installation, architecture and video. Bauer’s work has been exhibited in institutions, art galleries and other non-traditional gathering places internationally since the early 1990’s, notably at the ICA, Vilma Gold, The Showroom, The Drawing Room (all in London), as well as Deste Foundation and Benaki Museum in Athens, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Australia, The Busan Bieanale, Korea and White Box, The Dorsky Museum, and Socrates Sculpture Park in New York. This year, she participated in a group show in conjunction with Accelerationism: A symposium on tendencies in capitalism at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin. She was awarded a British Council Residency in Hanoi and New Delhi, and is an Elephant Trust and Arts Council England grants award recipient. Bauer has taught at several institutions including the Cooper Union and Cornell University AAP in New York, and Goldsmith’s College and the University of the Arts in London.