Oliver Warden was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1971. At the age of 17, Warden moved to Los Angeles to study at The Otis Parsons Institute of Art where he also assisted the artists Robert Overby and Linda Burnham.
Oliver Warden was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1971. At the age of 17, Warden moved to Los Angeles to study at The Otis Parsons Institute of Art where he also assisted the artists Robert Overby and Linda Burnham. During his junior year, he transferred to the School of Visual Arts in New York and majored in sculpture. His work at that time was in video, installation and interactive performance. In 1995 he attended the first year of The Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where he received his masters. He currently works as an interdisciplinary conceptual artist at his studio in Brooklyn, New York.
New York University
1990 – 1994 School of Visual Arts – Graduate of Bachelors of Fine Arts in Sculpture, Awarded Honors and Rhodes Family Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fine Arts
1995 – 1997 Graduate of Master of Professional Studies, Interactive Telecommunications Program
AFFORDABLE ART FAIR. Untitled Box 2.0. Curated by Cristina Salmastrelli
AGAPE ENTERPRISE. Untitled Box 2.0. Curated by Kikuko Tanaka
ST. CECELIA’S CONVENT New York, New York, Physical Center Curated by Amanda Schmitt and Juliana Cerqueria Leite
JONATHAN LEVINE GALLERY New York, New York, Annual Summer Invitational Group Exhibition Curated by Jonathan Levine
DANZIGER PROJECTS New York, New York, The Year in Pictures Curated by James Danziger
OH+T GALLERY Boston, Massachusetts, No Man’s Land Curated by Kathleen O’Hara and Caroline Taggart
Colliding Complexities – Extreme Feats of the New York New Aesthetic