Constance Armellino - Technician, Digital Tools
Constance Armellino’s interdisciplinary practice is at the intersection of the material and the immaterial. Her practice is a continuous investigation of the usage of space while reimagining how ideologies, cliches, perception, and public is defined and created. She introduces representations of Utopian fantasies into her objects that call upon notions of familiarity and public desire filled with physical and ideological tension. She studied figure drawing and sculpture at The Art Students League and was a Teaching Fellow at Yale Norfolk. She holds an MFA in Sculpture from The Yale School of Art, and a BFA from Cooper Union.