Faye Driscoll New York

Faye Driscoll is a performance maker and artist who has been hailed as a “startlingly original talent” (Roslyn Sulcas, ​The New York Times​) and whose most recent exhibition was celebrated as “experiential training in how to inhabit this unbearable new world” (Miriam Felton-Dansky).​ She has received numerous prestigious awards, including Doris Duke Artist Award, United States Artist Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, Creative Capital Award, and is currently New York Live Arts’ Randjelovic / Stryker Resident Commissioned Artist. ​Her work has been presented nationally at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Walker Art Center, The Institute for Contemporary Art / Boston, MCA / Chicago and BAM / Brooklyn Academy of Music, and internationally at La Biennale di Venezia, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, Melbourne Festival, Belfast International Arts Festival, Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens and Centro de Arte Experimental in Buenos Aires. Her first solo museum exhibition, ​Come On In​ at Walker Art Center in 2020, offered gallery-goers an experience of six distinct audio-guided choreographies. Driscoll also choreographs for plays and films, including the Broadway production of Young Jean Lee’s ​Straight White Men​, and Josephine Decker’s award-winning feature film ​Madeline’s Madeline.​ 

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