ABIGAIL DEVILLE | she/her (art installation) (b. 1981, New York, NY) received her MFA from Yale University 2011 and her BFA from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2007. DeVille has exhibited a constellation of site-specific installations in the United States and Europe. Her most recent exhibitions include No Space Hidden (Shelter) ICA LA, Los Angeles, CA (2017); 20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA (2017); A Picture of the Universe in Clock Time, Momentum 9, Moss, Norway (2017); Magnetic Fields: Expanding American Abstraction, 1960s to Today, Kemper Museum, Kansas City, MO (2017); Harlem: Found Ways. Cooper Gallery at Hutchins Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (2017); Urban Planning: Contemporary Art and the City 1967–2017, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, MO (2017); Chaos or Community? Michel Rein, Brussels, BE (2017); and The Intersectional Self, The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, New York, NY (2017). DeVille has designed sets for theatrical productions at venues such as the Stratford Festival (2014), directed by Peter Sellers; Harlem Stage (2016); La MaMa (2015); JACK (2014–16); and Joe’s Pub (2014), directed by Charlotte Brathwaite. She has received honors including a 2014–15 fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, a 2015 Creative Capital grant, and a 2015 OBIE Award for design. DeVille is the 2017–18 Chuck Close Henry W. and Marion T. Mitchell Rome Prize fellow.