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Felipe Castelblanco, born in 1985, is a Colombian/American interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of socially engaged and new media art. Through urban interventions, video, and networked installations, his work creates participatory experiences of publicness and coexistent -if sometimes contentious- encounters. Most recently, he has constructed an invisible wall connecting children across two continents (Children's Museum of Pittsburgh); collaborated with participants from 10 countries to turn the world upside-down (Future Tenant Gallery); and assembled a team of day laborers to paint houses -on canvas- in the streets of Portland, Oregon (Open Engagement). Felipe earned his BFA from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogot
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