Priscilla Dobler Dzul
County: Pierce County
Lillian Miller Foundation Fellowship for Trans* and Indigiqueer Artists 2023
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Priscilla Dobler Dzul is a Tacoma, WA-based artist from Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. She is an interdisciplinary storyteller, focused on reframing the context of America’s colonization of indigenous cultures while examining the structures of power in our domestic lives through multiple craft mediums.
Her work has been exhibited domestically and internationally most recently she has shown at Material, Mexico City, Mexico; Nome Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX; Project for Empty Space, Newark, NJ; A.I.R Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Consulate of Mexico, Seattle, WA; The Northwest African American Museum, Seattle, WA; NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY; 125 Maiden Lane, NYC, NY and Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA.
She received her MFA in Sculpture from the State University of New York at New Paltz. She is a recipient of grants from Artist Trust, Neddy Behnke Foundation, Tacoma Artist Initiative, Puffin Foundation and has been awarded a T. Bailey Award, Edwin T. Pratt Scholarship, and Robert B. McMillen Fellowship.
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Priscilla Dobler Dzul, Vessels of Knowledge (tres), 2022 clay and porcupine quills, photo credit Dylan Maddux
Priscilla Dobler Dzul, Abuela me vista en mis sueños, 2022 ceramic 32x15x10 inches photo credit Dylan Maddux
Priscilla Dobler Dzul, Las Américas, nuestro cuerpo, nuestra tierra y nuestra historia, 2022, 72x 55 inches Embroidery on textile, photo credit Nome Gallery
Priscilla Dobler Dzul, Future Ancestors, 2022 ceramic, horse hair and porcupine quills, 16x20x14 inches photo credit Dylan Maddux
Priscilla Dobler Dzul, El Volkswagen, 2020 birch plywood, paint and paracord, 60x140x60 inches photo credit Form and Concept Gallery