Desiree D'Alessandro has experience in public, private, and for-profit education, specializing in traditional and digital media. Her artworks have been exhibited nationally at museums and galleries within New York, California, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, and Massachusetts. Her works have also been exhibited internationally at lectures and alternative venues in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Canada, Hungary, and Switzerland. Her critical writings have been published in academic journals and she has presented and chaired sessions at diverse conferences.
- Desiree D'Alessandro
Whether as a physical work out, a contest, a spectacle, or the opportunity for visual and cognitive mapping, D'Alessandro aims to bridge the gap between art and athleticism and eliminate the ropes that restrict the ring, shifting the scale of the encounter from the individual to the social. D'Alessandro continues to transform work into physical and intellectual encounters via interactive works revolve around kinaesthetic examinations via a variety of platforms, including site-specific, installation, digital, and performative modes of production. She aims to provoke discourse where the outcome is also affectively visceral––showcasing image, scale, movement, color, time, and space.