Coral Saucedo Lomeli

Coral Saucedo Lomeli is a multidisciplinary artist born in Mexico City and based in Brooklyn NY. Her work explores material relationships, labor, and collapsing systems, drawing inspiration from domestic objects, the urban landscape, poetry, and craft. Through her practice she recontexualizes overlooked objects and processes into poetic moments. She completed her MFA at Yale Univesity and BFA at ArtCenter College of Design. She has done residencies at Yaddo (New York), The Bronx Museum AIM Fellowship (New York), The NARS Foundation (New York), RUINA (Oaxaca), The Lighthouse Works (New York), SOMA (Mexico City), at a construction site in San Borja #928 (Mexico City), between others. She was awarded the Provost Grant and the San Marino Art League Scholarship as well as a Fonca/Conacyt Grant which made possible her studies at Yale University.