Amarillo Museum of Art, The Collecting Eye of Ray Graham, Amarillo, TX
MakerPark Sculpture Park
, Rooted in Place, Staten Island, NY

Art in MakerPark Residency Program, Makerspace NYC, Brooklyn & Staten Island, NY
Staten Island Museum, Yes, And, Staten Island, NY

Washington Art Association, House & Garden, Washington Depot, CT
Staten Island Museum, Yes, And, Staten Island, NY
Rutan-Becket House, Rooted in Place, Staten Island, NY (solo)

Open House NY, Rooted in Place at Rutan-Becket House, Conference House Park, Staten Island, NY
NYCxDesign, Design Days virtual studio visit, New York, NY

Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Under Water digital art screening, Davidson, NC

Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Studio Artists, Staten Island, NY
chashama, Pop Up House installation at One World Trade gala, New York, NY
Culturbia, in-progress cultural organizing project, Staten Island, NY

Cluster Gallery, Fact or Fiction: The Hand in Photography, Brooklyn, NY
ArtSpace, LUMEN8, Staten Island, NY

Dineen Hull Gallery, Housing Works, Jersey City, NJ
Pop Up House, Public Art Installation, Staten Island, NY (solo)
NARS Foundation, Artistic Developments, Brooklyn, NY
Culture Lounge, Great White, curated by Victoria Munro, Staten Island, NY
Alice Austen House, Staten Island Unlimited Photography Triennial, Staten Island, NY

The Re Institute, I didn’t ask for it to be over…, collaborative with Ghost of a Dream, Millerton, NY
LUMEN, Video art and projection festival, Staten Island, NY
Illuminate Stapleton, Flatpack Victorian, Staten Island, NY

NYC DOT Urban Art Program, There Goes the Neighborhood, commission, Staten Island, NY

Castle Gallery, Debris Field, College of New Rochelle, NY
LUMEN, Video art and projection festival, Staten Island, NY
Memphis Social, curated by Tom McGlynn, Memphis, TN
DM Contemporary, Suburbia Revisited, New York, NY
Mikhail Zakin Gallery, Paradise Deferred, Demarest, NJ
Pierro Gallery, Snow in North Jersey, South Orange, NJ

Art Connects New York, Affordable Art Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
Bulletspace @ ABC No Rio, Toothsome, New York, NY
Spattered Columns, Trash Talk, New York, NY (catalogue)
New York Studio Gallery, No Other Medicine, New York, NY (catalogue)
Hunter College, Everything Is Falling Apart, New York, NY

Narracje, video festival, Gdansk, Poland
Freshkills Park, Sneak Peak installation, Staten Island, NY
Woolpunk Studios, This End Up, Jersey City, NJ
Ann Street Gallery, Frame of Reference, Newburgh, NY
LUMEN, Video art and projection festival, Staten Island, NY
Mass MoCA, An Exchange with Sol Lewitt, North Adams, MA
Peter Fingesten Gallery at Pace University, In Absentia, New York, NY
Whitney Art Works, The Jar Project, Portland, ME

Coleman Burke Gallery, Trickle Down, Portland, ME (solo)
Davis Orton Gallery, Photobook, Hudson, NY
LUMEN, Video art and projection festival, Staten Island, NY
I-House, Homeland, Philadelphia, PA

Blank Space, Color of Dreams, New York, NY
Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Sweet Spot, Larchmont, NY
Maxwell Fine Arts, Wet!, Peekskill, NY

Yoo Art Space, Over the Rainbow – Next (I)s Seoul 2008, Seoul, Korea (catalogue)
The Garage, Park Place, Jersey City, NJ (solo)
The Hunterdon Art Museum, Lisa Dahl: No Place Like Home, Clinton, NJ (solo)
DiVA Digital & Video Art Fair with Kenise Barnes Fine Art, New York, NY (solo; catalogue)
One-Minute Film and Video Festival, Aarau, Switzerland
LIMN Gallery, Forces of Nature, San Francisco, CA
Lumen Eclipse, Home – June Video showcase, Cambridge, MA
Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, Dwell, New York, NY (catalogue)
Jersey City Museum, Sprawl, Jersey City, NJ (catalogue)
chashama, Accumulation Project: Selections, New York, NY
Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery, Lack of Desire, Brooklyn, NY

Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Surf & Turf, Larchmont, NY
SPACE Gallery, A Time and a Place, Portland, ME
Sharon Arts Center, Viewing MacDowell, Peterborough, NH
AG Gallery, Home Sweet Home, Brooklyn, NY
video_dumbo, Eye Candid, Brooklyn, NY
Homeland: Borders and Boundaries, Woodstock, NY and Mexicali, Mexico
Kunstfort, HOME show, Vijfhuizen, The Netherlands
New Jersey City University, Homegirls, Jersey City, NJ (catalogue)

video_dumbo, Flooded, Brooklyn, NY
Kouros Gallery, Wrote For Luck, New York, NY
Bronx Museum of the Arts, AIM 26, Bronx, NY (catalogue)
Joyce Goldstein Gallery, Flash, Chatham, NY
Nurture Art, Once Upon a Time, Brooklyn, NY

PS122 Gallery, Lisa Dahl & Haejae Lee, New York, NY
Lunar Base Gallery, Accumulation Project: Discarded Dreams, Brooklyn, NY
Leonardo Gallery, Cut Out, Toronto, Canada
Abrons Art Center, At Home, New York, NY
The Matzo Files, flat file gallery, New York, NY

Pentimenti Gallery, Home Sweet Home, Philadelphia, PA
Tattfoo Gallery, XS: The Mini Works Exhibition, Staten Island, NY

The Parrish Art Museum, 38th Biennial Juried Exhibition, Southampton, NY


Art in Makerpark Residency Program, Makerspace NYC, Staten Island & Brooklyn, NY

Creatives Rebuild New York, shortlisted for Artist Employment Program, New York, NY

NYC Artist Corps Grant, in partnership with NYFA, New York, NY

New York State Council on the Arts, Future Culture Creative Placemaking Grant for Culturbia, awarded by Staten Island Arts, NY
Department of Cultural Affairs, Art Fund Grant for Culturbia, awarded by Staten Island Arts, NY
Creative Capital, Semi-Finalist for Culturbia, New York, NY

Design Trust for Public Space, Future Culture Participatory Art Fellowship, Staten Island, NY

Historic Tappen Park, Community Artist Award for Illuminate Stapleton, Staten Island, NY

NYC DOT Urban Art Program, Banner Commission, Staten Island Ferry Terminal, NY
Excellence in the Arts Award, NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs awarded by Staten Island Arts, NY
Artist Pension Trust, acceptance into Global One Trust

New York State Council on the Arts, Original Work Grant, awarded by Staten Island Arts, NY
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Premier Grant, awarded by Staten Island Arts, NY

The New York Times Magazine, Illustration Commission, December 5, 2010 cover story

The MacDowell Colony, Residency Fellowship and Travel Award, Peterborough, NH

Artist in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum of the Arts Seminar Program, Bronx, NY

Painting Space 122, Project Studio Award, New York, NY

The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Quarterfinalist, New York, NY
The Parrish Art Museum, Best in Show, Southampton, NY.


Bustler. “Future Culture: Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront,” May 17, 2017.
Diehl, Travis. “Spaces – Containers,” Art Agenda, July 28, 2017. (image)
Knudson, Annalise. “Public panel to focus on North Shore development,” SI Advance, May 17, 2017.
NYCxDesign, “Interview with landscape designer & Urban Design Fellow, Margie Ruddick,” May 5, 2017.

Mu, Joshua. “Lisa Dahl Builds (and Deflates) Cheapest House in New York City Out of Plastic Bags,” Viewing NYC, June 29, 2016. (video)
New Theory. “Get Ready: Big Changes Are Coming To Staten Island’s Waterfront”, August 19, 2016.
Rizzi, Nicholas. “5 Artists and Designers Chosen to Help Plan Public Spaces on Staten Island,” DNAinfo, August 22, 2016.
Rizzi, Nicholas. “Photography Exhibit Documents People & Landscape of Staten Island,” DNAinfo, March 3, 2016.
Steussy, Lauren. “Staten Island is no DUMBO: How ‘Future Culture’ is reinventing North Shore,” Staten Island Advance, August 23, 2016.
Steussy, Lauren. “Dahl House made of plastic bags took 7 years to build, now deflated,” Staten Island Advance, June 28, 2016. (images & video)
Wachs, Audrey. “The Design Trust for Public Space selects five urban fellows to enhance Staten Island’s North Shore,” The Architects Newspaper, August 19, 2016.
Wolfe, Jonathan. “New York Today: Must-See Shows,” The New York Times, March 15, 2016.
World Landscape Architect. “Five Urbanists appointed to Future Culture: Connecting Staten Island’s Waterfront,” August 20, 2016.

Dickens, Aaron. “Local Artists Light Up Tappen Park,” NY1 News, September 27, 2015. (TV)
Steussy, Lauren. “The faces of Stapleton: Photo event kicks off ‘Illuminate’ weekend,” Staten Island Advance, October 9, 2015.
Steussy, Lauren. “Illuminate Stapleton: Festival highlights revitalized neighborhood,” Staten Island Advance, September 30, 2015.

Nasser, Abdul & Huang Weiming. Box It Up, Basheer Graphic Books and Working Title & Co. 2014.

Hortillosa, Summer Dawn. “’Snow In North Jersey’ by JC Poet Inspires Art Show in South Orange Featuring Local Talent,” January 17, 2013.
The Daily Voice, “College of New Rochelle Introduces New Art Exhibit,” New Rochelle Daily Voice, September 21, 2013.
Thompson & Bender. “The College of New Rochelle Introduces New Art Exhibit ‘Debris Field’ at the Castle Gallery,” New Rochelle Patch, September 16, 2013.

Chayka, Kyle. “Apocalypse All the Time,” catalogue essay for No Other Medicine, April, 2012.

Blankenhorn, Rhoni. “LUMEN 2011,” Welcome To Company, June 27, 2011.
Carroll, Brendan S. “This is Jersey City Part II, A Closer Look at the Gallery Scene,” Hyperallergic, September 12, 2011. (image)
Isaacson, Philip. “A Jarring Uniqueness,” The Portland Press Herald, February 20, 2011. (image)
Ludacer, Randy. “Lisa Dahl’s ‘Suburban Export’,”, February 8, 2011.
Pyburn, Anne. “Newburgh: History & Heart,” Chronogram, July, 2011. (image)

Fressola, Michael J. “Lighting on the Wall,” Staten Island Advance, June 20, 2010.

Chase, Amy. “The Gallery: Lisa Dahl,” Apartment Therapy New York (online), January 22, 2009.
Renfro, Charles. “Undesigning the New Art School,” Art School (Propositions for the 21st Century), edited by Steven Henry Madoff, MIT Press, 2009. (image)

Balkin, Adam. “Digital Art Fair Brings Video Installations to the Streets of NY,” NY1 News, March 24, 2008. (TV)
Bellantoni, Ralph J. “Artists Reflect on Suburbia in Pair of Hunterdon Exhibits,”, July 24, 2008.
Bischoff, Dan. “Taking another look at the suburbs,” The Star-Ledger, July 18, 2008.
Cheng, DeWitt. “Forces of Nature at Limn Gallery,” ArtSlant, August 3, 2008.
Garcia, Kathy Rose. “NY-Based Artists Present ‘Over the Rainbow’,” The Korea Times, November 18, 2008.
Genocchio, Benjamin, “Seeking Truth, Not Always Beauty,” The New York Times, June 8, 2008. (image)
Goodman, Jonathan. “Dwell” catalogue essay for Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, 2008.
Hanley, William. “DiVA Hits the Streets,” Artinfo, March 25, 2008.
Herting, Nora. “Interview with Lisa Dahl,” Proof of Concept at, February 4, 2008.
Pearse, Emma. “Artist Lisa Dahl Gets the Housing-Market Blues,” New York Magazine Vulture, April 1, 2008.
Whiten, Jon, “Artist Lisa Dahl Talks ‘Sprawl’,” NEW magazine interview, June 23, 2008.

Alexander, Darsie. (curator) New American Paintings, Issue #68 Northeast Edition, March, 2007.
Ayers, Robert. “AI Reviews: Homegirls at Jersey City Museum,” Artinfo, March 21, 2007.
Birmingham, Mary. “Women’s Work,” The Jersey Journal, March 2, 2007.
Cohen, David. (curator) “Seed Project & Print Exhibition” Artworld Digest, 2007.
Murphy, Margaret. “Homegirls” catalogue essay for New Jersey City University, 2007.

Ducts magazine, “The Accumulation Project,” Issue 17: Summer 2006.
Yamamura, Midori. “Once Upon a Time,” Gekkan Bijutsu, No. 367, 2006.
Yee, Lydia and Erin Salazar. “AIM 26” catalogue essay for the Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2006.

Benfer, Amy. “Suburban Mystique: At Home, They Are Tourists,” Metro, October 7-9, 2005.
Markel, Carol. “Home Is Where the Art Is,” Grand Street News, Vol. 2 Issue 1, January 2005.
Vila, Arturo. “PS122: Dos mujeres que uno debe ir a visitar,” Tribuna Hispana, October 11, 2005.

COAHSi Arts & Letters, “XS: The Miniature Show,” Vol 15, No. 6, Nov/Dec 2004. (image)
Fallon, Roberta. “Friday Sampler,” Fallon and Rosof’s Artblog, December 6, 2004.
Strauss, R.B. “Pentimenti,” Around, December 6, 2004.

Art Museum Network News, “Parrish Art Museum’s Thirty-Eighth Juried Exhibition,” October 21, 2003.
Ernst, Eric. “Art World Window in Juried Show,” The Southampton Press, October 30, 2003.
Harrison, Helen A. “38th Juried Exhibition,” The New York Times, November 2, 2003.
Long, Robert. “Familiarity and Restraint at the Parrish,” The East Hampton Star, November 6, 2003.


MFA – Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, Visual Arts, New Brunswick, NJ
BA – Bowdoin College, Art History, Brunswick, ME