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Oil on Canvas
43 x 31 in.
Sounding Room Exhibition, 2015
Installation: Stringpiece @ 3852 N. Miami Ave 2015
Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong
Inglewood Urbanstage: Construction as Performance, 2015
Aramis Gutierrez is a Venezuelan-American painter, born in Pittsburgh, PA. He currently resides and works in Miami, FL. He received a BFA in painting from Cooper Union, NY. He has exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago, Palm Beach, Miami, Istanbul, and other major cities. He has had solo exhibitions at David Castillo Gallery, Legalarts, Spinello Projects and Big Pictures. He has also been included in group exhibitions at the Perez Museum of Art , The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood and the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami. In 2008-2009 he was awarded the Studio Residency Program at the Deering Estate at Cutler. In 2013 he co-founded artist collective/gallery Guccivuitton, with Loriel Beltran and Domingo Castillo.
Felecia Chizuko Carlisle has lived and worked in Miami, FL since 2009. Her projects are multi-dimensional and traverse disciplines to include performance, installation, soundworks, sculpture, photography and video. Her next solo show is at Riverside Art Center in Chicago this Fall. She is represented by Emerson Dorsch and is co-founder of the project, Sounding Room. Her performance work has been featured at Miami Art Museum, Locust Projects, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and beyond and she was recently included on “Archival Feedback”, a vinyl record produced by Other Electricities. In 2015 she received both the Wavemaker Grant via Andy Warhol Foundation, and the Emergency Grant from Foundation for Contemporary Arts. She has been awarded residency at OxBow in Saugatuck, MI, Cannonball in Miami, FL and Santa Fe Art Institute.
Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong is an artist/architect working between New York and Bangkok, where she is currently an adjunct professor in the International Program in Design & Architecture (INDA) at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand.
Wong’s work investigates architecture and performance. Uniting her training in art and architecture, she creates transformative and performative spaces. She explores how spaces can perform on varying scales, ranging from smaller scales such as surfaces that accommodate the body, to larger spaces that extend their reach to entire environments. Her work merges the physical construction of spaces with relational dynamics, in which harnessing public interaction is integral. Wong’s creative process is a crossover between digital drawing (using tools such as mapping and 3D modeling) and the performative construction of spaces. Her work has been published in Domus Magazine, Architizer, Design Observer and Interior Design Magazine.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Wong received her B.A. in Art and Italian at the University of California at Berkeley, studied sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera (Milan, Italy) and earned her Masters in Architecture from Columbia University GSAPP. Wong has lived and worked in Milan, Hong Kong, Berlin, New York, Berkeley, Macau and Bangkok. She has worked with various creative minds including Flavio Albanese, Maggie Cardelùs and Elmgreen & Dragset, and has designed exhibition spaces such as the Nordic and Danish pavilions for the Venice Biennale of Art. She is currently on the Board of Directors for NY design non-profit FAARM (Focus on Art, Architecture, Research & Making).