Yucef Merhi (VE/USA) is an artist, poet, researcher, and coder, who examines the interplay between language, technology, and history. His media installations and projects address philosophical, political, ecological, and social issues, while raising awareness at different levels. Merhi’s works have been exhibited in museums, biennials, galleries, and public spaces, including the New Museum (New York), LACMA (Los Angeles), National Art Gallery (Caracas), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), La Colonie (Paris), and Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul); as well as the 30th Ljubljana Biennial, the 13th Cuenca Biennial, the São Paulo-Valencia Biennial, and the 14th Dakar Biennale, among others. He is a 2020–22 Fellow at the MIT Open Documentary Lab and a 2023 Artist in Residence at the Oolite Arts Studio Residency Program.
- 2024 Shares
- 2023 Studio Resident
- 2021 Home + Away Resident: Atlantic Center for the Arts