Peggy Weil is a multi-disciplinary artist whose works explore our changing physical, digital and sociopolitical landscapes. Since 2011, she has developed a series of Underscapes and Overscapes; landscape portraits focused on the unseen but critical processes of climate change. A graduate of Harvard University (VES) and MIT (Architecture Machine Group/Media Lab) she has collaborated with artists, engineers and scientists on projects related to paleoclimatology, ice cores, aquifers and global groundwater. Exhibitions include: 88 CORES at The Climate Musuem in NYC, The Philbrook Museum in Tulsa, OK, The Samek Museum in PA, The Colby Museum of Art in ME, the CU Art Museum, Boulder, CO and the UN for the Secretary General’s address on Climate Action in 2018. Also: 3D Wallpaper at Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA), UnderLA for CURRENT:LA Water; Gone Gitmo at MMOMA Moscow and LABoral, Spain. Weil teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and has taught at UCLA Design Media Arts and CCA in Oakland, CA.