Liliana Farber is a visual artist born 1983 in Montevideo, Uruguay, currently living and working in Tel Aviv. Farber completed the Postgraduate Fine Art Studies at the Hamidrasha School of Art, Beit Berl College (Israel), and holds a B.A in Graphic Design from O.R.T University in Montevideo. Farber’s works question the hierarchy of knowledge and the consumption of data. They explore the complex relationships between pieces of information and their relation to personal and collective memory, by scrutinizing the ways in which visual information is stored. Farber is creating software that manipulate masses of collected materials from the Internet, capturing the tension between the recognizable image and abstraction that derives from the abundance of information, carefully eliminating the element of specification. Farber had participated in numerous exhibitions around the world, including: The National Museum of Visual Arts and Gallino Museum in Uruguay, Ars Electronica Festival in Austria, Ex-Teresa Art Center in Mexico, National Museum of Fine Arts in Chile, MECA Mediterráneo Centro Artístico in Spain, WRO Media Art Biennale in Poland, FILE Festival in Brazil and more.