Angela Dieffenbach’s research-based sculptures focus on the intersection of science and art with particular interest in strange and peculiar experiments and medical treatments. Her personal navigation of the health care system and rural upbringing influences her work. Angela lives and works in Chicago, IL. She exhibits widely and has been awarded a number of grants and artist residencies. These include those from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, Luminarts Cultural Foundation, Illinois Arts Council, Red Lodge Clay Center, Ox-Bow, and the Vermont Studio Center. Angela earned a MA and MFA from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA. She earned her undergraduate degrees from Bradley University in Peoria, IL receiving a BFA in studio art and a BS in K-12 art education. Dieffenbach is an Assistant Professor of Art at Concordia University Chicago.

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Dieffenbach Artist Statement (PDF)


Angela Dieffenbach, gallery shot

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