Morel Doucet (b. 1990, Pilate, Haiti) is a Miami-based multidisciplinary artist and arts educator. His work portrays a contemporary depiction of the Black experience, cataloging a powerful record of environmental decay at the intersection of economic inequity, the commodification of industry, personal labor, and race. Doucet’s Emmy-nominated work has been featured and reviewed in numerous publications, including Vogue Mexico, Oxford University Press, Hyperallergic, Biscayne Times, and Hypebeast. He graduated from the New World School of the Arts with the Distinguished Dean’s Award for Ceramics. From there, he continued at the Maryland Institute College of Art, receiving his BFA in Ceramics with a minor in creative writing and concentration in illustration. Doucet has exhibited extensively in prestigious national and international institutions, including at the Havana Biennial; the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center, Miami; the National Council on Education for Ceramic Arts, Pittsburgh; American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona; Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami; Flaten Art Museum; St. Olaf College; São Tomé et Príncipe; Haitian Heritage Museum, Miami; and Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami.