Sophia Sobers is an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, sculpture, and sound. Natural and built environments influence the artist’s practice. Sobers creates immersive, tactile, interactive artwork. She specializes in creating projects which merge disciplines, from architecture, design, and 3D technologies. Sobers is interested in creating experiences which are poetic and meditative.
Sobers holds an MFA in Digital + Media from the Rhode Island School of Design and a BS in Architecture at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She has exhibited her work nationally at such institutions as the On Canal (New York, NY), New Bedford Art Museum (New Bedford, MA), and Westmoreland Museum of American Art (Greensburgh, PA) and has created public art as part of Cherry Blossoms in Winter (Branch Brook Park, Newark, NJ), I-195 Redevelopment Commission (Providence, RI), and Alloy Pittsburgh (Rankin, PA). Her work has been written about in SciArt Center, E-Squared Magazine, Blouin Artinfo, and the Creators Project.