Amy Ruhl is a multidisciplinary artist working across fields of performance, film, video, theater and installation. She has exhibited at galleries and venues such as Lubov, Essex Flowers, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Anthology Film Archives (New York), Vitrine Gallery (London), Public Fiction (Los Angeles), and Antimatter Film Festival (Vancouver, BC). She has performed at REDCAT (Los Angeles, CA) NYU Skirball Center, Roulette Intermedium and Irondale Theater (Brooklyn, NY) and — as assistant director and performer in Alexandro Segade’s play, Future St.— at The Broad Museum (Los Angeles, CA) and the Live Arts Biennial at Bard Fisher Center (Red Hook, NY).
Ruhl’s work has been written about in Art F City, Bedford + Bowery, and the Village Voice. She has given artist lectures in the Performance Studies Department at NYU, UnionDocs, Library for the Performing Arts, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, and was a focus group participant in the New Museum Colloquium, “The Critical Matter of Performance.” She has attended residencies at Banff Centre, Maracuyá, Yaddo, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and Harvestworks Digital Media. Ruhl completed her MFA at Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College in 2016 within the Film/Video Department.