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Felice Grodin

Felice Grodin

Felice Grodin is a visual artist with a background in architecture. Her work combines the real and the virtual through experimental and transdisciplinary projects that reframe the familiar and confront the uncanny. Her exhibition Felice Grodin: Invasive Species (2018-2022) at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), became the first (AR) augmented reality-only contemporary art show in the United States. The exhibition included of a year of research, infrastructure building, digital creation, and collaboration. She continued partnering with PAMM in the export of AR projects for: UNTITLED Art Fair (2018), The Deering Estate (2019), and Miami International Airport (2020-21). In 2021 she participated in Art Basel Miami’s Conversations program for the panel discussion Immersive Installations? Digital Experiences in the Exhibition. She is a founding member of the art collaborative Alliance of the Southern Triangle (AST), an initiative speculating on interconnections between climate change, real-estate development, contemporary art, geopolitics, infrastructure, and technology. In addition to being a DDes candidate, she is also an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at FIU. Felice received her Master of Architecture from Harvard GSD.