Yani Aviles (b. Brooklyn, NY) uses experimental material processes and multi-sensory poetry to explore identity politics and transmute pain. They employ these modes of translation as a way to deepen and alter one's awareness, and allow for self acceptance. She studied art history and writing at Hampshire College in 2007, received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was awarded the Anna Louise Raymond fellowship in 2016. Recent solo exhibitions include “A Wave is Water” at New Capital Projects (Chicago, IL) and “Iris” a site specific installation at Roots and Culture (Chicago, IL). They have been included in group exhibitions at The Franklin (Chicago, IL), Kruger Gallery (Chicago, IL), The Institute fur Alles Mogliche (Berlin, Germany), and LVL3 (Chicago, IL).
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