Through engaging sculpture, installation, performance, and ritual, Monroe Isenberg’s interdisciplinary practice explores our human entanglement with the world. Based in Los Angeles, Isenberg holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD and completed his undergraduate education at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, OR. Isenberg is the recipient of multiple awards and grants, including the Tristate Trawick Prize by the Bethesda Urban Partnership (2019), William and Dorothy Yeck Finalist Sculpture Prize by Miami University, the Outstanding Student Achievement Award from the International Sculpture Center (2017, 2019), and The Puffin Grant from the Puffin Foundation. His solo and collaborative works have been published in the Aesthetica Art Magazine Future Now anthologies, featured during the Aesthetica Symposium (2019, 2020 & 2021) and presented during the International Media Architecture Biennale by Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. His work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally at notable institutions like the Delaware Contemporary Museum, and is held in public and private collections across the United States. Isenberg was invited to participate in multiple international and domestic fellowship and residency programs including the LungA School in Iceland and Between the Sky and Sea: Temporal Horizons in Norway. Isenberg has taught at notable institutions including Minneapolis College of Art and Design in Minnesota, the University of Maryland, and is currently the Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Orange Coast College, CA.