Diane Dwyer was born in Naha, Okinawa, and grew up in New England.
She is an interdisciplinary artist focused on investigations of performance through public interventions and private actions.
She lives in Brooklyn, where she hosts Diane’s Circus and cloyingPARLOR, two projects in her home addressing, in part, the negotiation of public and private space, as well as the labels ‘amateur’ and ‘professional.’
Diane received her BFA from The Museum School/Tufts University, and her MFA through a teaching fellowship at the University of Connecticut. Diane is currently a part-time Assistant Professor at Parsons School of Design.





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