Conrad Meyers

Adjunct Faculty
Art and Technology

Conrad Meyers is an artist and educator who creates fictive biological puzzles that include video, sculpture and sound-based installations. His installations have been shown most recently at Vanity Projects in New York, Krowswork in Oakland, and Queens Nails Projects in San Francisco. He works professionally in custom design, fabrication, architecture, construction and teaching 3D spatial design software. In 2011, he co-founded Aggregate Space, an Oakland gallery, screening facility, fabrication shop, and design studio. In addition to being the director of the gallery, Mr. Meyers curates their film series and conducts lectures on film history and its popular cultural significance.


  • MFA Sculpture, San Francisco Art Institute, 2008
  • BA(with Honors) Studio Art, University of Maryland, 2006
  • AAS Architecture, Northampton Community College, 2001
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