Becca Albee is a multimedia artist based in New York. Known for her photo-based conceptual art, Albee was an integral part of the 1990s ‘riot grrl’ and Third-wave feminism movements. Albee makes work out of a desire to connect with collaborators, contributors, sources of inspiration and those who experience the work. Many projects include participation, information, materials from others, framed works and newsprint.
Albee’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions worldwide including the Bronx Museum (New York), Cleopatra’s (New York & Berlin), The Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), 713 Arte Contemporáneo (Buenos Aires), and Apexart (New York). Recent fellowships include Real Time & Space (2014), Blue Mountain Center (2013), Yaddo (2012), MacDowell Colony (2011) and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (2010).
June 2014 – August 2014
Becca Albee was selected through an open call programming which invites applications from international visual arts practices proposing to come live and work at IMMA for periods of up to six months. Selected artists are awarded a free studio, accommodation and bursary for the duration of their stay.
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