Michele Brody

Born in Brooklyn, NY in 1967, Michele Brody received her BA at Sarah Lawrence College in 1989 in the Liberal Arts, and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of 

Chicago in 1994 from the Fibers and Material Studies department.  She has had one 

person shows at the Atelier-galeried’Art Contemporain: Arras, France; Museo de Arte y 

Diseño Contemporaneo: San Jose, Costa Rica; Dina Projekte: Munich, Germany; 

Temple Judea Museum: Elkins Park, PA; as well as chashama, Littlejohn Contemporary, 

the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Casa Frela, Hudson Guild, and the Lower East Side 

Tenement Museum in New York City.

 

Michele Brody has developed an interdisciplinary practice that incorporates a wide 

spectrum of resources and techniques.  She is intrigued with the process of creating a 

controlled environment where the work organically develops and changes over time. This 

form of artistic creation represents the constant state of entropy we live in, and how the 

delicate characteristics of memory and time can both erode and enhance our 

interpretations of experience.

REFLECTIONS IN TEA: TEA MOUNTAIN QUI
REFLECTIONS IN TEA
REFLECTIONS IN TEA
HARLEM ROOTS: SOUTH
HARLEM ROOTS: SOUTH
DRAWING ROOTS: SUN RISE
DRAWING ROOTS: TRELLIS

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REFLECTIONS IN TEA: TEA MOUNTAIN QUI

June, 2012 - 8’ x 20’ x 36’ An installation of over 800 tea stained paper filters inscribed with personal stories and memories about Tea from participants who have taken part in an interactive performance since 2007 where tea is served within a mobile teahouse made out of copper. Tea filters hang from plastic netting with binder clips, supported by copper pipe.