Deborah Wing-Sproul is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily in photography, video and performance. Her performances (or "performative acts") permeate the genres of sculpture/installation, drawing, photography and printmaking. She studied modern dance with Merce Cunningham, Douglas Dunn et al. and voice/movement with composer/performer Meredith Monk. She was a re-performer in multiple works for Marina Abramović's retrospective, The Artist Is Present, MoMA, NYC, 2010. Exhibition venues include: WPA/C Corcoron Gallery, Washington D.C.; Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY; Arts + Literature Laboratory, New Haven, CT; Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University; Center for Maine Contemporary Art; and Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, Queens, NY.
She is the recipient of the Maine Arts Commission 2011 Individual Artist Fellowship in Media/Performing Arts and has been awarded honors by curators such as Bill Arning and Denise Markonish. Contributing essays have been authored by Annie Godfrey Larmon, Kay Larson, Denise Markonish, Patricia C. Phillips and Nancy Princenthal.
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