Beth Krebs’ work champions faith against the odds. Her installations, videos, sculptures, and participatory projects recognize (with humor) the sometimes peculiar or ineffectual ways humans cope. She has exhibited her work at venues including the Institute of Contemporary Art San Jose, Riverside Park (New York), Museum of Architecture Schwaben (Augsburg, Germany), Station Independent Projects (New York), Marin MoCA, Mixed Greens (New York), The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Smack Mellon, and the Bronx Museum. She is a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA grant, and has been awarded fellowships at the MacDowell Colony, Recology, the Bemis Center, UCross, and the Joan Mitchell Center. She received an MFA from Rutgers University and a BA from the College of William and Mary. Beth is a member of Real Time and Space, a cooperative artist studio in Oakland where she lives.