Alex Goldberg is a New York based artist, designer, and educator. Her practice is focused on the ideology that artistic process can parallel human behaviors and that the act of creating and viewing art may teach one about themselves and others. Alex is interested in how material play in her work can heighten the viewer’s perception and activate their imagination. Understanding that her practice is reliant on sharing with like-minded creatives, Alex received a Master of Science in Interior Design from Pratt Institute in May 2015, participated in artist residency programs at Textile Arts Center and ProjectArt, and taught at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Parsons School of Design, and Village Community School. She has exhibited her work at the Hunterdon Art Museum, Spring Break Art Fair, Woskob Family Gallery, Gowanus Loft, Number 97, and Interface NY in addition to having her work featured in The International Journal of Interior Architecture + Spatial Design, The New York Textile Month Journal, and W Magazine. She is a currently a professor at Pratt Institute and a SUCCURRO Fellow.