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Kengel Maysonet Baerga


My work is centered around identity and repression. As a queer, Puerto Rican artist, my work delves into the complications of race, sexuality, and gender. My practice often uses digital processes to create interactive sculptures and videos that explores complex intersectional identities through a lens of play. By using familiar language and constructing alternate realities filled with color and plastic, I create spaces where deviant acts can be seen and enjoyed as just another way to play, and othered experiences can be discussed openly.

I have an MFA in Sculpture from Georgia State University in Atlanta and a BA in Studio Art from Florida State University.

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