Viola Street Murals, 2018, public art murals on parachute cloth, 8' x 5' each Installed at the intersection of Broadway & Viola Street in South Camden, NJ
Camden Maritime Murals, 2020, public art murals on parachute cloth, 8' x 5' each Installed on Ferry Ave in South Camden, NJ
Orange Lantern Card | 2018, public art mural on parachute cloth, 8' x 5' Installed at the intersection of Carl Miller Blvd. and Broadway in South Camden, NJ
 Emerald Street Murals, 2019, public art murals on parachute cloth, 8' x 5' each Installed at the intersection of Broadway & Emerald Street in South Camden, NJ
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"Ed's Funcade", 2022, acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 40" x 30"
"Stardust Motel", 2021, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 24" x 18"
"Vineland Electric", 2021, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 22" x 28"
"We Can See the Sky from Here", 2019, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 5' x 6'
"Stay Home", 2020, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 20" x 16"
"Crimson Tide", 2019, acrylic paint and mixed media on found window panel, 32" x 32"
"Turned Your Back", 2017, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 12" x 12"
"Delsea Drive In", 2020, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 48" x 36"
"Ever Knew", 2017, acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas, 20" x 20"
"Always Maintained", 2017, acrylic paint, silkscreen and mixed media on canvas, 5' x 7'
"Say Goodbye", 2019, acrylic and paint and mixed media on found window panel, 28" x 28"
"Tear Out My Eyes", 2017, acrylic paint, silkscreen and mixed
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Member Portfolio

Danielle Cartier

Camden, NJ

Résumé

Artist Statement

I have always lived inside an image-based culture. Consumer society taught me how to become literate in visual imagery and read messages, but never to excavate the origins of my most cherished rituals and assumptions. You know, the things that appear around me every day in the world that most don’t question. The images that circulate throughout society are constantly being constructed, reconstructed and recycled. And here I am, decoding the ever more complex messages, signs and traces of the everyday. The current accessibility of information has made it easy to combine and recombine- and form a version that is my own.
Every source, situation and identity morphs continually depending on time, place and disposition. Things, places and people come and go; nothing is permanent. Here I go again, sifting through the rubble to find something that can be made again, reused, and combined. Bit by bit by bit. Are you in or out? Life goes on.
My hand activates an existing source; I see myself as a catalyst that transfers other peoples’ hands, heart, head and voices in a collaborative process. The focus on my work isn’t myself, even though I am the composer, the chooser. One that mixes, not just in terms of imagery, but in terms of methodologies. I use the found and the felt, the improvisational and the strategic. Some things you stumbled upon or you think you find. Other things you run right back into, or they find you all over again. Most of the time I make do with what I have available to me. A certain type of fragmentation.
I deal with pieces, scraps. These pieces are something I want to hold on to. Something that presented a value to me I need to preserve, save. I will find a use for them later, within my visual lexicon of sources, fragments. Pick up the pieces and put them back together, like brand new. The bodilessness of information is the recombiner’s pleasure. The hardest part is deciding which are worth keeping and which parts you could throw away. Not all shards are worth saving.
Constructing images through methods of collage is immediate and ferocious; no time to thick twice, no room for second guessing. Making a quick decision right then and there; get on with it, hurry up! The result of rapidly combining forms, shapes and text together is instantly gratifying and indulging. Collage is a form of urgent process, response and action. Second guessing destroys the intensity of the present; the present moment is the most important moment. That snapshot freezing time and place, solidifying the value of the image. These times we live in are bold, intense. I get lost in it. I make paintings that embody the present moment and place in which I find myself.
I occupy myself in the seamless integration of various surfaces and forms within that surface. Rectifying the incoherence of mark-marking between a digital surface and painted gesture, I am informed by the graphic crispness of the way images are digested. Lines can connect images, points, references and surfaces. Painting on digital and printed materials serves to expose the fragility of the surface.
I tear what the world gives me into pieces and put it back together with paint. Tearing is an act of frustration, defiance and play against what is brilliantly manufactured for me to consume. Ripping is a way for me to physically expose rough edges and ideas that do not align perfectly. I’m making sense of all the parts as they appear. Not all relationships are seamless, but mark making can pull sources, images and text together. That immediate gesture and line in the form of brushstroke is so gratifying, instant. Painting is as immediate as I am, as burning as the present moment; a source of direct activation. I choose to distort and delay the instant.
My mixed media paintings have reached a higher level of density than ever before. Induced by the rapid compilation of sources and signals. Filling up the spaces of my daily existence. I include everything I can within an image, unable to leave anything out. Let me hide here in everything I see, everything I’m exposed to. The breathing room that once lived inside my paintings has vanished; it’s been filled with more density, more noise and more chaos. That chaos speaks to the way I approach making images. Signs. Layers. Versions. Faster, Nearer. More intense. Loud. Fast. Bold. Unrestricted. Turn me up. Set me free. I don’t know how to whisper.

Artist Biography

Danielle Cartier is best known for her mural projects and large-scale, mixed media paintings made from reconstructed materials, recombined ephemera and layered printmaking and painting processes. Danielle was born in California in 1991 and grew up in the Northern California Bay Area. She graduated from Sonoma State University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, concentrating in painting and printmaking. In 2017, Danielle received her Master of Fine Art in Interdisciplinary Studio Practice from the Graduate School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Her work has been viewed in various solo and group exhibitions across the United States in California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Danielle has experience teaching studio art courses at Sonoma State University in California, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey and Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey. She currently teaches various 2D design, color theory and painting courses within the Creative Arts Department at Rowan College of South Jersey and within the Visual Arts Program at Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey. Cartier also has experience instructing visual art at various non-profits and community art centers within Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Delaware. Currently, Cartier teaches adult-level studio art courses at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia and mixed media painting at Perkins Center for the Arts in Collingswood, New Jersey. Since 2017, Danielle has painted and installed over twenty grant-funded public art murals within Camden, New Jersey. Danielle’s various public mural projects in New Jersey have consistently headlined in the South Jersey Courier Post and have been featured on ABC Channel 6 Action New Philadelphia. Cartier continues to make large-scale, mixed media paintings and is working on multiple new community-based public art projects throughout the Philadelphia region and Southern New Jersey in 2022. Most recently, Cartier founded her business, DC Gallery & Studio within the Glasstown Arts District of Millville, New Jersey. Located at 508 N. High Street in Millville, New Jersey, DC Gallery & Studio will serve as a new contemporary art gallery, Cartier's personal studio and a visual arts classroom.

Education

2017
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Master of Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary Studio Practice
2014
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting & Printmaking

Awards & Honors

2020
Artists Who Teach 2020, Ellington-White Contemporary Art Gallery, Fayetteville, NC
Best in Show
2017
Christopher Lyons Memorial Grant presented by the Graduate Department of Fine Art at the University of Pennsylvania
Grants
2022
Coastal Climate Risk Communications 2022 Grant Recipient, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts
New Jersey State Council of the Arts Local Arts Program 2022 Grant Recipient, Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Public art project in partnership with Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum.
New Jersey State Council of the Arts Local Arts Program 2020 Grant Recipient, Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Public mural project in partnership with Bridge Kids International and the Lanning Square West Residents Association.
2021
New Jersey State Council of the Arts Local Arts Program 2020 Grant
Recipient, Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Public mural project in partnership with Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum
New Jersey State Council of the Arts Local Arts Program 2020 Grant
Recipient, Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Public mural project in partnership with the Heart of Camden
2020
New Jersey State Council of the Arts Local Arts Program 2020 Grant Recipient, Camden County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Public mural project completed in partnership with Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum
Pathways 21st Century Learning Community Grant in partnership with Bridgeton New Jersey Public Schools
2015 - 2017
Graduate School of Design Scholarship Recipient at the University of Pennsylvania
Residencies
2021
Appel Farm Arts & Music Campus Creative Community Arts Integrative Residency in partnership with Woodbury Jr-Sr. High School
2018
Resident Mural Artist, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
2017
Vermont Studio Center Fellowship, Johnson, Vermont

Bibliography

2022
Lods, Marianne, "Artist Shuffle", SNJ Today Newspaper, March 14
Cortina, Matt, "The Art Scene in this small South Jersey Town is Popping Off", NJ Indy, March 10
Daley, Bridget, "Artist of the Month Series Begins 7th Year at Somerville Gallery", TAPintoSomerville, January 23
2021
Nardine, Kyle, "South Jersey artist Danielle Cartier: Listen to the World Around You", NJ Indy, November 4
Nardine, Kyle, "Changing the Narrative of Camden Through Art at Fireworks", NJ Indy, August 4
2020
Lieberman, Michael, "Slought Archives Thoughts on Our Quarantine Lives in a Collection on Poetry and Art," Philly Art Blog, December 15, 2020
Martin, Soni, "Artists Who Teach 2020, A Remedy for Online Sensory Overload," Up & Coming Weekly: Cumberland County's Community
Newspaper
, December 8, 2020
Rodas, Steven, "Painted Black Lives Matter Mural Covers Camden Road," TAPintoCamden, October 19, 2020
Trethan, Phaedra, "More Murals, More Art Planned for South Camden Corridor," South Jersey Courier Post, September 10, 2020
Rodas, Steven, "In Camden, Artists Answer the Creative Call in Spite of
Lockdown
," TAPintoCamden, April 21, 2020
2018
Trethan, Phaedra, "Artist-in-Residence Captures Camden Through
Murals
," The Washington Times, March 2018
Camden Mural feature on Channel 6 ABC Action News WPVI-TV Philadelphia.
Feature aired on television at 4 pm on Friday, March 30, 2018
Trethan, Phaedra, "Muralist Danielle Cartier uses South Camden as
her 'blank canvas'
," South Jersey Courier Post, March 13, 2018
2017
Ramirez, Olivia, "Seraphin Gallery in Philadelphia," December 21, 2017
Straw, Carl, "Remnants of Society: Danielle Cartier and Robert
Rauschenberg
," Seraphin Gallery Observations, July 27, 2017
Mir, Stan, "Exceeding Capacity," Hyperallergic.com, January 20, 2017
2016
Miller, Jonathan, "The Incubation Series," Incubationseries.com, October 2016
$uper $ave Market. 54-page, self-published book, printed in a limited
edition of 100. Hand-printed and bound by Danielle Cartier at the University of Pennsylvania, 2016
2013
Cartoon, Sonoma State Star, Editorial/Opinion Section, September 17, 2013
Cartoon, Sonoma State Star, Editorial/Opinion Section, October 15, 2013
Cartoon, Sonoma State Star, Editorial/Opinion Section, October 29, 2013

Collections

The Art Center of Dover, Dover, NH
Tom Martin Family Collection
Barbara Prince Family Collection
Graduate Department of Fine Art at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


Affiliations

South Jersey Artist Collective
Philadelphia Center for the Book
Penn Design Alumni
Stockton University AFT
Strobe New Jersey Artist Collective
Da Vinci Art Alliance
South Jersey Cultural Alliance
Perkins Center for the Arts
Center for Emerging Visual Artists
Arts in Embassies Registry Artist
InLiquid

Professional Experience

Teaching Experience
2022
Rowan College of South Jersey, Cumberland Campus, Millville, NJ
Adjunct Professor of Art
Glasstown Arts District, Downtown Millville, NJ
Art Creates Excellence Summer Teaching Artist
Cape May & Cumberland County 2022 Teen Arts Festival, Glasstown Arts District, Downtown Millville, NJ
Teaching Artist
Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown and Collingswood, NJ
Teaching Artist
2021 - present
Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia, PA
Teaching Artist
2020
Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Capstone Project Advisor
Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Open Studio Program Coordinator
Center for Creative Works, Wynnewood, PA
Teaching Artist
2019 - Present
Stockton University, Galloway, NJ
Adjunct Professor of Visual Art within the School of Arts and Humanities
2019
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Visual Arts Instructor at the Summer Institute for the Gifted
Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Portfolio Practices Instructor for the Pre- College Arts Program
2018
Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Woodbury, NJ
Afterschool Youth Latinx Arts Instructor for the Parent & Child Art Experience
West Windsor Arts Council, Princeton Junction, NJ
Mixed Media Painting Instructor
2017 – 2021
Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Part-time Lecturer and Professor (Drawing & Painting), Department of Visual, Media & Performing Arts
2017
Center for the Creative Arts, Hockessin, DE
Program Director of the Visual Arts Summer Program
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Guest Critic/Lecturer for Beginning Drawing & Painting Studio, Undergraduate Department of Fine Arts
2017 – 2019
Harcum College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Adjunct Professor of Art & Design
2016
Long Lake Camp for the Arts, Long Lake, NY
Assistant Creative Director of the Fine Art Department
Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Lecturer
2015 – 2017
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Teaching Assistant in Fine Arts Department, Drawing 1, Drawing Investigations, Painting Studio and Big Picture: Mural Arts
2015
Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Philadelphia, PA
Mural Training Program Artist
2012 – 2014
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Teaching Assistant, Department of Art and Art History
Other Professional Experience
2022
Atlantic City Arts Foundation 48 Blocks Triple Adirondack Chair Artist
Alumni Visual Arts Juror, Boundless: Presentation High School’s Art & Literary Magazine
Party in the Park Vendor presented by Stockton University for their 50th Anniversary Celebration
Studio Assistant, Rachel Citrino Studio, Roadstown, NJ
2021
Mural Artist, Kensington & Allegheny Avenue Winter Window Event, Kensington, Philadelphia, PA
A New View Camden Artist Apprentice Program Participant
Studio Assistant, Rachel Citrino Studio, Roadstown, NJ
Lead Designer, Rust Belt Nation Apparel Company based in Camden, New Jersey.
2020
Visiting Artist Series Interview Moderator,
Rutgers University, Camden.
Lead Volunteer Mural Artist, Black Lives Matter Street Mural, Camden, NJ
In partnership with the National Stop the Violence Campaign
Studio Assistant, Rachel Citrino Studio, Roadstown, NJ
Hand-painted Signage Artist, the Mighty Writers
2019
Mixed Media Painting Workshop in conjunction with solo exhibit at Noyes Arts Garage at Stockton University in Atlantic City, NJ
2018
Visiting Artist and Judge, Sterling High School Art Show in Somerdale, New Jersey.
2017
Installation Technician of Jenny Holzer wheat paste Truisms, Person of the Crowd: Contemporary Art of Flânerie Exhibition, The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA
Demonstration Technician, "Objects of Study" Symposium sponsored by the Rare Books Library at the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Lectures
2021
Visiting Artist Lecture, St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA
Guest Panelist, Career Day at Presentation High School, San Jose, CA

Exhibitions

Solo
2022
Artist of the Month, Gallery on Main, Somerville, NJ
2021
Danielle Cartier: How to Be Heard, Saint Joseph’s University Gallery at Merion Hall, Merion Station, PA
Mixed Media Painting Installation, Blick Art Materials for Philadelphia Open Studio Tours 2021, Philadelphia, PA
2019
Danielle Cartier: Remnants of Society, Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton University, Atlantic City, NJ
Group
2022
Clique22 Exhibition, Strobe ArtsC at Kramer Hall of Stockton University, Hammonton, NJ
Reemergence: New Jersey Arts Annual 2022, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
Paperworks, Powell Lane Arts, Collingswood, NJ
Faculty & Members Exhibition 2022, Perkins Center for the Art, Moorestown, NJ
Summer Exhibition, Chora Leone Gallery, Somers Point, NJ
South Jersey Goes Pop!, Arts and Innovation Center at Rowan College of South Jersey, Millville, NJ
Through the Grid, Da Vinci Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
Diversity Speaks, Markeim Arts Center, Haddonfield, NJ
38th Annual Art from the Heart Benefit Auction, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA
Rapid Response Collection, Ross Beitzel Gallery at Rowan College of South Jersey, Sewell, NJ
Annual Juried Show 2022, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA
2021
Thriving Artists 2021, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Fall Annual Juried Exhibition, Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ
Strobe Signature Artists Exhibition, ArtC at the Arts and Innovation Center of Rowan College of South Jersey, Millville, NJ
We Are Here, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
122nd Annual Faculty Exhibition, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
Summer Members Show, The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, Philadelphia, PA
Pharmacopeia, Chateau Gallery, Louisville, KY
Five Points Juried Exhibition, Five Points Center for the Arts, Torrington, CT
July Window Exhibition, Gallery 50, Bridgeton, NJ
Summer Juried Exhibition, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA
June Group Exhibition, Jones Gallery, Kansas City, MO
Art and Social Justice: Art for the People, By the People II, Ellington-White Contemporary Gallery, Fayetteville, NC
Reawakening, Cork House Gallery, Savannah, GA
What Does Community Look Like to You?, Brush Art Gallery in partnership with Lowell National Historic Park, Lowell, MA
Emergence: Juried Painting Exhibition, Media Arts Council Gallery, Media, Pennsylvania
Together, Old Court House Arts Center, Woodstock, IL
Vividness, Indiana University Kokomo Downtown Gallery, Kokomo, IN
Persistence III: Annual National All Women’s Exhibition, d’Art Center, Norfolk, VA
Homesick International Juried Exhibition, The Art Effect at Trolley Barn Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY
Shear Madness: Juried Collage Exhibition, Northville Art House, Northville, MI
2020 - 2021
2020/21 Annual Juried Exhibition, Abington Art Center, Jenkintown, PA
2020
Boundless, Art Fluent
Online Exhibition
Artists Who Teach 2020, Ellington-White Contemporary Art Gallery, Fayetteville, NC
SmallWorks 2020, Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, NY
Hindsight is 2020, Emerge Gallery and Art Center, Greenville, NC
36th Annual Juried Exhibition, National Collage Society
Online Exhibition
Humanity, Cultural Center of Cape Cod, South Yarmouth, MA
Atlas of Affects, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
12th Annual Manayunk-Roxborough Juried Exhibition, Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center, Philadelphia, PA
Mixed Media Exhibition, Dover Art Center, Dover, NH
Jam at the MAM, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
Luxury Boom, Hamilton Street Gallery, Bound Brook, NJ
Reciprocity, Gallery 241, Center for Creative Works, Wynnewood, PA
We Love Camden; 3rd Annual Local Artists Invitational, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Mixed Media National Juried Exhibition, Arts Center Gallery, Nazareth College, Rochester, NY
2019
Symphony of Sea Pop-Up Exhibition, Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University-Camden, Camden, NJ
The Artists' Upstairs - Camden Fireworks' 3rd Annual Group Exhibition, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Small Works; All Media Juried Exhibition, Northville Art House, Northville, MI
Philadelphia Center for the Book's Members' Exhibition: Variations of the Artist Book, City Hall, Philadelphia, PA
11th Annual Manayunk-Roxborough Juried Exhibition, Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center, Philadelphia, PA
We Love Camden; 2nd Annual Exhibition of Local Talent, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Pass It On: Rutgers University PTL Faculty Teaching Core Courses, Student Works Gallery, Rutgers University - Camden, Camden, NJ
Then and Now: Sonoma State University 40th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA
Times End: Exhibition of Futurist Art, Sweetwater Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
2018
The Artists' Upstairs - Camden Fireworks' 2nd Annual Group Exhibition, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
2018 Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition and Festival, Waterloo Arts Gallery, Cleveland, OH
By Chance, Montclair Public Library Art Gallery, Montclair, NJ
Dig Deeper, Hamilton Street Art Gallery, Bound Brook, NJ
2017
The Artists' Upstairs - Camden Fireworks' Group Exhibition, Camden Fireworks Gallery and Creative Space, Camden, NJ
Picturing Camden, Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University - Camden, Camden, NJ
4th Annual Emerging Talent Exhibition, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Time in Dreams is Frozen: University of Pennsylvania MFA Thesis Exhibition, Icebox Project Space, Crane Arts, Philadelphia, PA
What About Us, Fox Art Gallery, Claudia Cohen Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Ink It: Contemporary Printmaking Practices, Kay Gallery, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD
2016
Contemporary Winter Juried Printmaking Exhibition, Shenandoah Valley Art Center, Waynesboro, VA
Contemporary Juried Exhibition of Regional Emerging Artists, Delaware County Community College, Media, PA
Remote Control, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Philadelphia, PA
Hyperobject: Film Screening and Publication Launch, Charles Addams Fine Arts Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
New Philadelphia Printers: Second Annual Exhibition of Graduating Printmakers, Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
2016 Center for the Arts Lake Sunapee Regional Juried Art Show, New London, NH
Phillustration, Philadelphia Sketch Club, Philadelphia, PA
Sacred and Profane, the Arc Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Words Through Images, The Art League of Lincoln, Lincoln, CA
Prism: The Multiplicity of Identities, hosted by the Race Dialogue Project, Fox Fine Arts Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Infotainment, Charles Addams Fine Arts Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
2014
2014 Bachelor of Fine Art Exhibition, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA
2013
2013 Juried Student Exhibition, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA
Out of the Box: Art, Theory and Practice, Sonoma State University Art Gallery, Rohnert Park, CA

Installations
2018
Commissioned installation, The Yard: Center City, Philadelphia, PA
In partnership with Seraphin Gallery
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