Lisa K. Blatt often works in extreme landscapes. In 2008, Blatt created work in Antarctica for two months.
Her photography and video installations have been included in international and domestic exhibitions, including: Polar Extremes, a solo show at the Reykjavik Museum of Photography Reykjavik, Iceland (2009), Sound Design for Future Films, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden (2008), the Shanghai Biennial (2007) at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, Paranoia at the Freud Museum in London, England (2007) and Proyecto Circo at the 8th Havana Biennial in Havana, Cuba.
United States’ shows include: a solo show “Night Light” at Mills College Art Museum. (2008) where the ethereal loaded large photographs were with the group show, Particulate Matter, Air Cube+ Land/Art at the Richard Levy Gallery in New Mexico, and First Look at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. Her art has been in shows juried by artists such as Adam Fuss, Cindy Sherman and Jack Pierson.
Blatt has been awarded residencies by National Science Foundation’s Antarctica Artists and Writers Program, SIM, in Reykjavik, Iceland, The Center for Land Use Interpretation (Wendover), Island 6 in Shanghai, China, and Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado, among others.