Erin Barach is an interdisciplinary artist. She loves the act of making, manipulating materials, observing human physicality, and mining conceptual landscapes. Currently Erin lives in Baltimore, MD, where she earned an MFA in Studio Art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her studio practice is comprised of temporary installations, collage, drawing, and workshops/ events in collaboration with fellow artists. She grew up in New Jersey, spending many of her days commuting to New York City, studying theater, photography, and fine art and working at galleries and museums. She received a Bachelors in Studio Art with a minor in Art History at Skidmore College. While there she also studied anthropology, documentary film, and creative writing. Over the years, Erin made artwork while traveling and/ or living in Amsterdam, Beijing, and Chicago, as well as doing several artist residencies. She shows regularly, having exhibited throughout the east coast. Her artwork is in private collections in California, Washington D.C., and Sydney, Australia.