(Valencia, Venezuela, 1983) Interdisciplinary artist, architect, and educator. His practice focuses on participatory art projects in public space; working at the intersection of art, architecture, and social practices; exploring geopolitical and local conflicts. Most of these projects have been large-scale works developed in Latin America, Europe, and the United States; exhibited in galleries and institutions through photography, sculpture, and film. He has led educational projects with institutions such as Documenta Fifteen, The Bronx Museum of Arts, The MUAC-UNAM with Hemispheric Institute NY, Washington Projects for the Arts, Matadero Madrid, among others. He has participated in residencies and programs such as Skowhegan School of Painting (2022), AIM Bronx Museum Fellow (2022), Art Omi (2021), McColl Center for Art (2020). His most recent Fulbright Scholar (2020-2019), Future Architecture Fellow (2019), and Young Artist Award of the Principality of Asturias (2018). Braceli holds an MSc in Architecture from the Central University of Venezuela and an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Arts. He has been a visiting professor lecturing at Schools of Architecture from Umeå University, UNCC, LSU, ETH Zurich, and the Catholic University of Chile. In 2021 He founded LA ESCUELA___ together with the non-profit Siemens Stiftung International. In 2022 he received a commission from the Percent for Art program for a permanent large-scale public artwork in New York City.
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