Arrhythmic Suite by Odalis Valdivieso at MOA+D

Feb 20 – May 3rd, 2015

Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) will present an exhibition and new body of work titled Arrhythmic Suite by Venezuelan-born, Miami-based artist, Odalis Valdivieso. The exhibition comprises paintings and photographs made from 2014 to the present. The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication of an artist’s book containing images and an essay of writer Federica Bueti and designer Kristin Metho.

Arrhythmic Suite unites four bodies of work: fifty inks on paper, six watercolors, six photocopies, and two c-prints. It was conceived by Odalis Valdivieso’s month-long residency in Berlin, Germany in the summer of 2014 establishing a dialog between a sense of place and her own practice, with place serving as a catalyst for the formation of investigation. Each work possesses a dubious quality, never committing to a singular process. Her photographic works are created entirely outdoors leaving nothing but a grayscale in place.

Odalis Valdivieso was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She is the recipient of the 2004 and 2014 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship as well as various Miami-Dade Community Grants, has been featured in such exhibitions as The Sinking Parenthesis, Central Fine, Miami; This is not a Museum, Centro Cultural Español, Miami; Paper Folding, Alejandra von Hartz Gallery and Dimensions Variable, Miami; Grid’s World, Locusts Projects, Miami; Object Implied, Emerson Dorsch, Miami; Play-forms, Woodland Gallery, Chatham University, Pittsburgh; New Work Miami 2010 and 2013, Miami Art Museum; 365 Lives, Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art; Practices Remain, Regina Rex, New York; among others. She has been mentioned in various publications including Artforum, The Miami Rail, ArtSlant, Temporary Art Review, Miami Herald, The New Yorker Magazine, Time Out, Art Nexus and Arte Al Día

MDC Museum of Art + Design
600 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL, 33132

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