Matthew Schreiber

Matthew Schreiber is a visual artist working in the field of light, architectural space and holography. His use of contemporary technology engages a conversation with ideas of the esoteric, superstition and the occult. His practice pits the active image of the past against todayʼs screen-based image culture of slick and banal immediacy.

Schreiberʼs work has been the subject of solo exhibitions including Light, Color and Geometry, at the Frost Museum of Science, Miami, Florida;  Crossbow at the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University;  Side Show at Johannes Vogt Gallery, NYC;  Guilloche at Fireplace Project in East Hampton, NY; Swiss Hall the permanent installation at Herzog & de Meuron Residence in Basel, Switzerland; Platonic Solids at the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art; and Ontario, a site-specific installation curated by Ambra Medda in the Miami Design District, FL.

Group exhibitions include The Jeweled Net: Views on Contemporary Holograph, at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, MA;  Crystalline Lattice, curated by Yongwoo Lee in Gwangju, South Korea;  Miami Noir at Invisible Exports in New York, NY;  Shadows, Disappearances, and Illusions at the Miami Art Museum; and Group Show at Galerie Almine Rech in Paris, France.

Schreiber’s Studio has produced major light installations and holographic works with artists, architects, designers, and museums since the mid 1990’s, including, John Baldessari, Roy Lichtenstein, James Turrell, Ed Ruscha, Tadao Ando, Foster + Partners, Local Projects, The Garage Moscow, The Getty, The Guggenheim Museum, NY, and Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among many others.

Schreiber Studio and Laboratory is in Brooklyn, NY.


Photo: Florian Holzherr