Jeff Lieberman
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Jeff Lieberman

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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“OH MY GOD!!! Beyond fantastic! He and his program were amazing!!!" - Bridgewater State College

“Superb, beyond our expectations. The event was marvelous and Jeff talked with students until 11PM.” - Case Western University

“The Discovery Channel's very own Jeff Lieberman gave an intriguing presentation in Strosacker Auditorium. The auditorium was packed for Lieberman's special guest talk, sponsored by the College Scholars Program and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He lived up to expectations with a fascinating and engaging presentation, followed by a question and answer session.” - The Observer

“He says his works are attempts at embedding scientific concepts in aesthetically pleasing artwork, and from his presentation, they appear pretty successful. He amazed his viewers with impressive optical illusions and fascinating clips from Time Warp, saying, ‘you can break all the laws of physics because your brain is totally duped.’ Lieberman certainly did not disappoint with his captivating and eye-opening presentation.” - The Observer


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Jeff Lieberman isn’t just the host of Discovery Channel’s "Time Warp." He’s a musician roboticist sculptor photographer.

He holds four degrees (two bachelors of science and two masters) and is currently pursuing his doctorate at MIT’s Media Lab, studying how art and science can be combined to bring people together. He is known for creating "technological sculptures."

Lieberman's show, "Time Warp" on the Discovery Channel, focuses on the use of high speed photography to show viewers new things about the world. Lieberman takes regular events or actions, such as a cat licking its paw or a champagne bottle being opened, and slows them down enough so the human brain can process exactly what is happening. These wonders are both beautiful and scientific, an intermingling of genres that Lieberman has perfected.