Martha Poggioli is an artist, designer, and researcher. Her work explores systems of production and cultures of consumption to consider how the communities and bodies contend with the material world. Her practice currently involves industry engagement in minimally invasive surgical device technology.
Education: BFA, 2009, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia; MFA, 2019, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL. Exhibitions: Mütter Museum, Philadelphia; Kunstgewerbemuseum, Dresden, Germany; Space P11, Chicago; RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia; Julius Caesar, Chicago; SPACES, Cleveland; Extase Chicago. Publications: Smithsonian Magazine; Guardian UK Bibliography: Chicago Artist Writers; New City Magazine Collections: John Michael Kohler Arts Center; Kohler Co. Awards: John Michael Kohler Arts Center Arts/Industry Residency in Foundry; Leroy Neiman Foundation Ox-Box Fellowship; Australian Tapestry Workshop Artist-in-Residence; Australia Council for the Arts Career Development Grant; DCASE Individual Artist Grant.
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