“Amy Landesberg is an Atlanta based artist and architect, and her work overlaps this boundary in content, complexity and scope. Two extremes of scale have characterized it: One is the hyper-personal, intimate and complicatedly feminine scale of, for example, Sprouts, the piece of linoleum flooring sprouting false eyelashes from the project Things Grow Hair; the other is the overtly public, civic and architectural scale of Power Wrap, the 500-foot veil of fluctuating transparency for an electrical sub-station. Her most recent project at this scale is AUTOPLAST, a 2-part installation for the San Diego Airport that explores our disposition to cars through a strategic re-figuration of some of their parts.
Landesberg has participated in the design of an unusually wide array of projects: galleries and art complexes; civic and educational buildings; rapid rail; historic preservation; residences; theater environments; retail spaces; café’s.
Her efforts have been recognized with awards and grants in both art and architecture.
Landesberg studied art at Georgia State University and architecture at Yale.”