Amber Ginsburg creates site-generated projects and social sculpture that insert historical scenarios into present day situations. Her background in ceramics orients her projects towards the continuities and ruptures in material and utopic histories. Engaging objects as collaborators and narrative instigators, her work positions the audience as participants. Her research-based multimedia installations have been shown in museums, galleries and side walks nationally and around the world. Amber teaches at the University of Chicago in the Department of Visual Arts.