Lisa Anne Auerbach is an artist, student and teacher asking questions about agency and voice in a cacophonous world. Her knitted work, publications, and photographs have been exhibited at museums, galleries, bicycle shops and malls in America and beyond. She has had solo exhibitions at Bennington College’s Usdan Gallery, Aspen Art Museum, Malmö Konsthall, and University of Michigan Museum of Art. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Hammer Museum, Parasophia: Kyoto International Festival of Culture, Philagrafika2010, and in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. She was a recipient of a City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Grant (2013), a California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists (2007), and a MacDowell Colony Fellowship (2012, 2016). Recently published books include PIT, Great Awakenings, This is What Democracy Looks Like, and Lightworker. She is a professor of art at Pomona College.