Born in Brooklyn, NY, Michele Brody studied theater and set design before receiving a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL. Now living in New York, Brody also lived and worked in France, Costa Rica, California, and Germany. Brody creates site-specific, mixed media installations and public art works. Her work includes site-generated walk-ways, public art, ephemeral installations, and living sculptures using glass, concrete, steel, copper pipe, fabric, paper, light, water and growing plants. Her one-person shows include Littlejohn Contemporary in NYC, Dina4 Projekte in Munich, Germany, the Museo de Arte y Diseņo Contemporáneo in San José, Costa Rica, and Le Quai de la Batterie, Atelier-galerie d'Art Contemporain in Arras, France. Brody's public art includes a series of faceted glass windscreens installed at the Allerton Avenue train station, and commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit program, and a tile mural for a new school through the Public Art for Public Schools program.