Chat Travieso, YoungArts at LMCC’s Arts Center Residency

Chat Travieso (b. 1985) is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Miami, FL. Chat creates socially-engaged and research-based art projects that critically interrogate history, policy, and our everyday built environment. His exhibitions include a group exhibition in collaboration with Yeju Choi, Inside Art, The Children’s Museum of Manhattan, 2020; and public art exhibitions: The Boogie Down…

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Hypokrit Theatre Company, Arts Center Residency 2019

Hypokrit (n.): Actor (Ancient Greek) At Hypokrit Theatre Company, our mission is to encourage artistic inquiry by providing artists from minority communities a platform for their voices and work. Hypokrit works towards shaping and molding the artists of tomorrow by encouraging original and groundbreaking voices that bring an innovative approach to the arts. Founded in…

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Yto Barrada, Arts Center Residency 2019

Yto Barrada’s work—including photography, film, sculpture, prints and installations—began by exploring the peculiar situation of her hometown Tangier. Her work has been exhibited at Tate Modern, the Barbican, MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum, Renaissance Society, Witte de With, the Walker Art Centre, Whitechapel Gallery and the 2007 and 2011 Venice Biennales. In 2013-14 she was Artist…

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Colleen Billing, Arts Center Residency 2019

Colleen Billing is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Baltimore. Taking form as objects, video and installation, Billing’s work explores themes of hybridity, female collectivity and the effects of late capitalism on the body and its ecology.   Previous solo exhibitions include The Enemy Knows The System, Motel, Brooklyn, NY, 2018, and Sister Genus, Bad Water,…

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Brendan Kiely, Arts Center Residency 2019

Brendan Kiely is a New York based artist born in Boston, MA. He is The New York Times bestselling author of All American Boys (with Jason Reynolds) (S&S, 2015), Tradition (S&S, 2018), The Last True Love Story (S&S, 2016), and The Gospel of Winter (S&S, 2014).   His work has been published in more than…

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Lize Mogel, Arts Center Residency 2019

Lize Mogel is a Brooklyn-based artist born in New York City. She is an interdisciplinary artist and counter-cartographer, using maps and mappings to bring spatial justice issues to the surface.   Her exhibitions include “Diagrams of Power,” Onsite Gallery, OCAD, Toronto, (2018), “Experimental Geography” (touring, 2008-2014); and Sharjah Biennial X (2011). She is the co-editor…

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Aviva Rahmani, Arts Center Residency 2019

Aviva Rahmani is a New York and Maine-based artist born in New York City. As an ecological artist, she analyzes environmental degradation to find and design solutions with art.   Her exhibitions include: Mock Trial for The Blued Trees Symphony as Fellow of A Blade of Grass, Cardozo School of Law, NYC April 25, 2018…

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Leah Raintree, Arts Center Residency 2019

Leah Raintree is a Brooklyn-based artist raised in rural Virginia. Her practice focuses on the human connection to Earth, engaging questions at the intersection of art, ecology, and human activity. She works across drawing, photography and sculpture to distill correlations between human and geologic scales, with an interest in how we frame and experience time,…

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Aida Šehović, Arts Center Residency 2019

Aida Šehović is a Bosnian born artist based in New York. Combining ritual and politics, Šehović uses the mechanism of social engagement to address her own cultural heritage and history. She is the founder of ŠTO TE NEMA – an annual nomadic monument to the victims of the Srebrenica genocide organized every July 11th with…

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Aaron Suggs, Arts Center Residency 2019

Aaron Suggs is a Brooklyn-based artist born in Memphis, TN. His purpose, in creating art, is gaining a better understanding of the shared spaces of the natural and human worlds, and of the delicate equilibriums we preserve.   His exhibitions include: Foundation Barbin Presents: Redeux (Sort of), Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, NY 2016 Garden…

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