Lisa Sigal was born in Philadelphia, PA. In her recent work, Sigal has been painting on walls and making forms that combine painting with architecture. Her work suggests a mutable delineation between interior and exterior and explores their meaning both socially and politically. Utilizing and expanding upon notions of space, she investigates how art can challenge set ideas about property, containment and freedom. Her work was included in the 2008 Whitney Biennial and has been exhibited at the New Museum, MOMA/PS1 Museum, The Sculpture Center, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Albright Knox and the Brooklyn Museum. Recent solo exhibitions were at LAXART in Los Angeles and a solo show at Samson Projects in Boston and in 2015, a solo exhibition at The Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh. Sigal is presently exhibiting in group exhibitions: Prospect 3 New Orleans Biennial, Walden, Revisited at the DeCordova Museum in Boston, Crossing Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum, Inside Out Art Museum in Beijing.