b. 1983. Artist. Lives and works in New York. Teaches at State University of New York, Stony Brook University. Works with Brief Histories gallery.

Isak Berbic is a visual artist living and working in New York. His research is concerned with social histories, translation, the limits of representation, and the circulation of images. His recent projects unearth contested histories, investigating forms of representation within intersecting ecologies, geographies, economies, archeologies, exchange and transformation. He uses fiction and documents, found and primary material, the image and the literary, in the construction of his artworks, which take on interdisciplinary forms, including photography-text-object installations, films and videos, drawings and objects, actions, cooking, speeches, texts and publications.