Charles Mary Kubricht, an artist living in New York City and Marfa, has been exhibiting her work in the US and abroad for three decades. She explores biography of site through the interrelationship of direct perception and the lenses of technology. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Austin Museum of Art, and Art Museum of South Texas, as well as in numerous museum group exhibitions. Recently awarded a GSA Art in Architecture Award, she will create an interior installation for the new Port of Entry at Columbus, NM. She designed the stage set for DER PROTAGONIST performed by the Fire Island Opera Festival, Fire Island, NY, in 2014. In 2013, she received a CREATING A LIVING LEGACY grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and DiverseWorks that will continue through 2015. Also, in 2013, she designed the stage set for THE MAGIC TREE for the Fire Island Opera Festival, Fire Island, NY. In 2011 she received a public art commission from the High Line, NYC, ALIVENESSES: PROPOSAL FOR ADAPTATION. During 2011-2013, she created permanent public art installations for Dimensional Funds in London, Austin, and Santa Monica. In 2010 she created a permanent public art installation for Rice University, PARAMUSEUM: ENVIRONMENTAL EXIGENCIES, and was awarded a residency at YADDO. Her work has been featured in BOMB magazine (“Charles Mary Kubricht”, BOMB magazine (Spring, 2009) and BOMBLOG (2011)) and the ebook, The State of the Art: Contemporary Artists in Texas by June Mattingly, 2012. She was interviewed by Marfa Public Radio, an affiliate to NPR.