Neil Goldberg makes video, photo and mixed media work that often focuses on embodiment, mortality and the everyday. He has exhibited this work at The Museum of Modern Art (permanent collection); The New Museum of Contemporary Art; The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum; The Hammer Museum; The Kitchen; The Pacific Film Archive; NGBK Kunsthalle Berlin and El Centro de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, among other venues. His work was the subject of two recent mid-career surveys, in 2012 at the Museum of the City of New York and in 2014 at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. In 2013 his video “Surfacing” was exhibited on fifteen of the large digital signs in Times Square as part of a public art initiative by Times Square Arts. Neil has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Experimental Television Center, Harpo Foundation, CEC ArtsLink, Yaddo, and the MacDowell Colony. In addition to teaching at Parsons, he is a critic at the Yale School of Art, and has served as a visiting artist at Cooper Union, The School of Visual Arts, New York University, RISD, and the MIT Media Lab, among others.