Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens
Genre:Process Oriented; Political; Nature; Memory; Mapping; Landscape; Identity; Ethnic; Environmental; Conceptual; Collaborative; Sociological; Site-Specific; Social Criticism;
Outer Seed Shadow
Juanli Carrión (b. 1982) lives and works in Brooklyn. Solo and group exhibitions include the Contemporary Art Museum of the Basque Country ARTIUM, Centro Parraga, La Casa Encendida, and La Panera Art Center (Spain); Art Institute of Chicago, Abrons Art Center, and Whitebox (USA); Ex-Teresa Museum, San Luís Potosi Center for the Arts and MUPO (Mexico); The Royal West of England Academy (UK), Museum of Contemporary Art (Peru), and the National Museum of Art (Trinidad & Tobago). Carrión has been in residency at Espaço Fonte in Brazil, LMCC and ISCP in New York, Nagoya University in Japan, ADM in Mexico, and Kuona Trust in Kenya. In 2012, he was awarded the Visual Arts Prize Generación 2012 by Caja Madrid Foundation, Spain. In 2014, he started Outer Seed Shadow (OSS), a series of public interventions in the form of geopolitical gardens commissioned by NYC Parks, La Nau, and La Conservera Contemporary Art Center, among others.