Ruth Hardinger’s art finds the edges and overlaps between nature and culture, responding to the forces of earth and human intervention. Graduating Magna Cum Laude, BA in Classical Studies from Hunter College, she is self-taught as an artist. Chase Manhattan Bank, Edward Albee Foundation, and other public and private owners collect her work. She lived and worked in Mexico on an IIE Fulbright Grant, one of her projects is under the fiscal sponsorship of NYFA. Her recent solo exhibitions include CREON, WAAM, Lesley Heller and Washington Sq. Windows and group shows at Kentler Fine Art, Masters & Pelavin and Sideshow. She was an organizer for Fracking: Art and Activism Against the Drill at Exit Art.