Lisa Rundstrom is a multi-media artist working in sculptural interactive technologies, video, community, and public art. She is a published author and Professor of Foundation Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design, where her focus is on 4D, time-based media. She has exhibited in art centers, galleries, museums and in public spaces nationally. Her most recent works extend into the community, producing inclusive public art and events including the non-profit Hello Neighbor SAV & Hello Neighbor Radio featured on community radio and streaming.
Her work with the community extends into coalition building as a member of the Weeping Time Coalition in effort to preserve the historical site of the Weeping Time Slave Auction in West Savannah and Woodville in Savannah GA. She is a certified yoga instructor and community advocate.
Interactive and performative works designed to create a conscious connection between the viewer, humanity and their environment.
Many pieces are created for temporary installation or permanent public commissions. If you are interested in knowing more, please email us or join our mailing list below.