Bat-Ami Rivlin is a New York based sculptor. Rivlin utilizes found and surplus objects to create installation and sculptural works that explore conceptual spaces between object ontology, material function, and bodily characteristics. Rivlin received her MFA from Columbia University in 2019 and her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2016. She has exhibited in such venues as the Jewish Museum, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Knockdown Center, Times Square Space, Bahnhof Gallery, M23 Projects, Latchkey Gallery and more. Rivlin was selected as artist-in-residence at NARS Foundation Residency, Arts Letters & Numbers Residency, and SVA Sculpture and New Media Residency. Rivlin was awarded the A.I.R. Gallery fellowship for the 2020-2021 year. Her work has been reviewed in publications such as Lef(t) Publication, Office Magazine, Artnet News, The Paris Review, Basis Magazine for Art and Culture, ArtSlant, Peripheral Vision Arts, BTR Radio and more.