Carmen Menza is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice spans video, light, sculpture, painting and music. Since graduating from the University of North Texas her work has manifested itself in the form of oil on canvas, software based light sculptures, LED light boxes and works of neon. She made her directorial debut with the short film titled “Dream Big” made for Dallas Aurora – Light of Convergence held in the Dallas Arts District in October of 2013. Her film was selected as one of the featured artists at the show and was then selected for screening at Dallas VideoFest 2014 and Dallas VideoFest in Houston 2015. For Dallas Aurora 2015 she created a multi-layered installation focusing on the generative transformation of visuals and light through sound.

Her work is part of the permanent collection at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary Museum in Dallas, Texas as well as part of several commercial and private collections throughout the United States and Canada. She has exhibited in numerous group and solo shows and in addition to being a visual artist also received her BFA in jazz guitar performance from the University of North Texas and is a songwriter and musician.
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