Vita Eruhimovitz was born in Ukraine, grew up in Israel and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. Vita holds a BFA from Shenkar College (2012) and an MFA from Washington University in Saint Louis (2015). Vita’s background in science and technology inspire and inform her practice. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, including at the Mildred Lane Kemper Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum in Saint Louis, Museum of Design Holon in Israel, Brattleboro Museum in Vermont, and at the San Diego Art Institute Museum. Her work has also been shown with Walter Wickiser gallery, Denise Bibro gallery, the Chashama Art Space, Black and White gallery, The Governors Island Art Fair in NYC, Wonzimer gallery in Los Angeles, and more. Vita has been awarded artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center, Herzliya Artist Residence, Israel, Trestle Art Space, NYC, Playa, OR, and more.