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Mariana Garibay Raeke is a painter whose practice encompasses installation, drawing, sculpture, and photography. Her work translates the residue of memory into objects that speak through their form and materiality about sensations. She is interested in the ways we experience the world with our bodies. Through her work, she explores felt and learned notions of identity while questioning the boundaries of what constitutes the self. Born in Guadalajara and based between Mexico and the US, Garibay Raeke holds a BFA from the California College of the Arts and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. Her recent exhibitions include “Entrecuerpos”, Casa Ceniza, Guadalajara; “The attempt of feeling”, Guadalajara90210, Ciudad de México; “Where the threads are worn”, Casey Kaplan, NY; “Between object and image”, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta; “To the Center and Back”, La Señora, Oaxaca; “closing the space between us”, The Chimney, Brooklyn. She has been an artist-in-residence at the Museum of Arts and Design, NY; Anderson Ranch Arts Center, CO; and Pocoapoco, Mexico.
Website: http://www.marianagr.comInstagram: @mariana.garibay.raeke