ELIZA MYRIE | NEW YORK & JAMAICA | INSTALLATION

ELIZA MYRIE | NEW YORK & JAMAICA | INSTALLATION

ELIZA MYRIE

Eliza Myrie born in New York in 1981 and currently lives and works in Chicago, IL. Myrie was a fellow at the MacDowell Colony in 2016, Artist-In-Residence at The University of Chicago in 2012, and participant at The Skowhegan School in 2010. Myrie received her MFA from Northwestern University and her BA from Williams College. Myrie has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Williams College and convenes The Black Artists Retreat. Exhibitions include Vox Populi, Philadelphia (2016); Shane Campbell, Chicago (2016); Roots and Culture, Chicago (2014); Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago (2012); New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (2011); Hyde Park Arts Center, Chicago (2010); Davidson Contemporary, New York (2010). Myrie experiments with multiple forms of popular media, focusing on class, ethnicity, politics, and race. She manipulates images through sculpture, printmaking, and drawing to create new narratives.

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