2020, 2,300 block prints and house paint applied directly to wall, 156 x 288 in.
Veronica Ceci is a Queer intermedia artist based in Austin, TX, where she has been working as a Master Printer since 2004. Ceci's current body of work reconfigures the viewers relationship to the human element of institutional cleanliness and makes undervalued labor conspicuous through intense materiality, repetition, iconography and lived performance.
Ceci's pieces have been included in exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art, The Art Museum of Southeast Texas, and the International Print Center New York. Her work is held in many collections including the Library of Congress, Zuckerman Museum of Art, The Experimental Printmaking Institute, Manhattan Graphics Center and The Austin History Center. The artist received her BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, was certified at the Tamarind Institute of Lithography and completed her MFA at Kent State University. Ceci is the founder of the nonprofit organization, Flash Collective, which pays artists for their participation in community art making events and exhibitions.