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Patricia Orpilla is a visual artist who uses an interdisciplinary process to create paintings, works on paper, and textiles. Her recent works on paper use collagraph print among other print methods to explore the indexical relationship of weaving to language. By working in an interdisciplinary format, she draws relationships between systems that are materially or metaphorically interdependent. Recently, she was a resident artist at the Museum of Arts and Design. In 2021, she completed a fellowship at Beinecke Library where she researched ephemera related to late 19th-century U.S.-Philippines relations. She received her MFA from Yale School of Art and her BFA from Kansas City Art Institute. She is an upcoming spring 2024 Fields of the Future Fellow at Bard Graduate Center. She has recently shown her work at FORMA Otwarta (Olsenica, PL), Visitor Center (Newburgh, NY), Jeffrey Deitch (New York, NY), Kiosk Gallery (Kansas City, MO), and H&R Block Artspace (Kansas City, MO). She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
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