(Valencia, Venezuela, 1983) Multidisciplinary artist, architect, and educator. His practice is focused on participatory art projects in public space, exploring the notions of borders, migrations, and social-political conflicts. Most of these projects have been large-scale works developed in Latin America, Europe, and the United States. Braceli holds an MSc degree in Architecture from the Central University of Venezuela and an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Arts. He has led educational projects with institutions and venues such as Documenta Fifteen, the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Washington Projects for the Arts, Washington, D.C.; Art Omi, New York; Matadero, Madrid; the MACZUL Museum of Contemporary Art of Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela; and the embassies of the United States and Spain in Venezuela. He has been an associate professor at the Central University of Venezuela (2006–2018) and visiting professor in several schools of art and architecture. His most recent recognitions include Skowhegan Fellow (2022), AIM Bronx Museum Fellow (2022), Sondheim Prize Finalist (2020), Future Architecture Fellow (2019), and Young Artist Award of the Principality of Asturias (2018). He is currently a Fulbright Scholar working and living in New York. He is founder of LA ESCUELA___together with Siemens Stiftung International Foundation.
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