Emmanuela Soria Ruiz
404 w116th St. Apt 63
New York, NY 10027
917 325 2295
emmanuelasoriaruiz@gmail.com
Education
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. New York, NY. BFA. 2010-2015.
University of the Arts. Berlin, Germany. Fine Arts, Art History. Class of Hito Steyerl. 2013.
Work Experience
Pre-College Art Program of The Cooper Union. New York, NY. Instructor and recruitment.
P.S.84. Brooklyn, NY. Teacher assistant.
Center for Urban Pedagogy. Brooklyn, NY. Teacher assistant.
Matt Keegan. Brooklyn, NY. Fabrication assistant.
Printed Matter. New York, NY. Publications intern.
Laura Poitras. Berlin, Germany. Research assistant.
Archive Books. Berlin, Germany. Publications intern.
Solo and Two Person Exhibitions
Cosas que Vimos. Palacio de los Condes de Gabia. Granada, Spain.
Too Much 2 Soon with Lyd Dresser. The Cooper Union. New York, NY.
Day Palm. The Cooper Union. New York, NY.
Group Exhibitions
2018
Arts, Letters & Numbers. Residency. Albany, NY.
2017
Cut in Half Trick. 55-19 Metropolitan Ave. Maspeth, NY.
Of the Anguishes. 55-19 Metropolitan Ave. Maspeth, NY.
Hgggggggggggh. Jace Space. Los Angeles, CA.
Vignettes. 55-19 Metropolitan Ave. Maspeth, NY.
2016
Yellow Mellow Show. 269 Powers st. Brooklyn, NY.
2015
Strangers forming a group waiting to kiss. Group Show. Motel Gallery. Brooklyn, New York.
Menschel Exhibition. The Cooper Union. New York, NY.
Awards
Sarah Cooper Hewitt Fund Prize for Excellence in Art. 2015.
Menschel Scholarship. Travel stipend awarded by The Cooper Union. 2014.
Manuel Rivera Scholarship. Diputación de Granada. 2012.
Full tuition scholarship to The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.
Publications
Cosas que vimos. Published by Diputación de Granada. Granada, Spain. May 2015.
Script for a white theatre. Tomorrow Works. London, February 2014.
Further Relevant Experience
Founder and curator 55-19. 55-19.com Maspeth, NY.
Penland School of Crafts. Ceramics course. Bakersville, NC.
Community Word Project. Teaching Artist Training. New York, NY.
Gayatri Spivak: The Margins and the Center. Brooklyn Institute for Social Research.