Terry Berlier

Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist who investigates the evolution of human interaction with queerness and ecologies. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and Australia including at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Contemporary Art and Spirits in Osaka, Japan, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Stanford Art Gallery. She has received numerous residencies and grants including the Center for Cultural Innovation Grant, the Zellerbach Foundation, and the Arts Council Silicon Valley Artist Fellowship.

Nonorientable (Abyssal Plain)


Maple, Cherry, Inkjet print on cotton, Muslin, Pillow

55”x 36” x 26”

Nonorientable (Kokedera)


Maple, Cherry, Inkjet print on cotton, Muslin, Pillow

55”x 36”x 26”

Nonorientable (Lichen)


Poplar, Walnut, Inkjet print on cotton, Pillow

54”x 48”x 33”

Nonorientable (Salt Flats)


Walnut, Maple, Inkjet print on cotton, Pillow

52”x 50”x 32”

Percussion Ball


Wood, vacuum cleaner tubing, bungee cords

28”x 28”x 28”

Pan Lid Gamelan II


Pan lids, threaded rod, grommets, nuts, steel

54”x 14”x 14”

Where the Beginning Meets The End


88 Piano keys, apple laptop, computer keyboard microcontroller, wire, wire nuts, wood spool, wood, copper pipe, screws, speakers

50”x 50”x 28”

Memory Box, 2021, single channel video


n collaboration with composer Sarah Hennies, musicians The Living Earth Show, and students from University of Maryland. Video by Terry Berlier