Transient

Victoria Calabro's installations function like dioramas, panoramas, or formal exhibits where the viewer enters an environment.  In this setting drawings, prints, and cast objects made of cast polyurethane, glass, metal and rubber, are being used as devices to facilitate a complete experience. She received an MFA in Fine Art from New York University in 2006. She is categorized as sculptor, installation artist, and craft artist. She often works within the traditional sculpture medium, while incorporating unconventional art materials, such as fabric, string, carpet and sand. Her work is currently on display at the Bullseye Gallery in Portland and at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe. The majority of her early life was spent living in the Middle East, where she became interested in ideas of home, separation and memory. Victoria was born in Houston, Texas she currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York