Lisa Neighbour was born in Montreal, Quebec and settled in Toronto, Ontario. She graduated in General Studies from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 1982 and received a Master of Fine Arts from York University in 2009. She is a versatile artist and works with printmaking, drawing, video, installation sculptures, electricity, knots and mixed media. Some of her exhibitions include: Dalgas Underground (1996) Copenhagen, Denmark, Rococo Tattoo (1997) The Power Plant, Toronto, Illuminations (2001) Saidye Bronfman Centre des Arts, Montreal, Home Show (2002) Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canadian Club (2005) Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, D-Lux (2006) Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto, Installations and Interventions at Hart House, Toronto, Night School, Hart House Nuit Blanche (2007), Toronto, Love/Hate (2007), Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, I’m just going home like a shooting star (2008), Katherine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto. In the course of 1994-1995, she created Eye on the Square, a large painted and stencilled plywood work, illuminated with many tiny coloured lights and mounted on the exterior of the Queen’s Square Library, Cambridge, Ontario. The Eye on the Square has evoked many interpretations by locals and visitors.