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Dimitry Saïd Chamy is an artist and designer of interdisciplinary practice. He works from a queer, mixed-race, and Caribbean immigrant perspective. Chamy’s aesthetic is an alchemy of critical theory and emancipatory design, creating works that explore speculative futures, unusual pathways, and symbolic world-building through artifact creation and participatory storytelling.
Chamy has exhibited work from New Haven to Beijing, including Fashion Week at Lincoln Center, New York, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. He has worked on projects at multiple scales in diverse sectors, including art, education, fashion, technology, and the non-profit world. Chamy holds an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University.
Born in Port-au-Prince and raised in a Haïtian-Lebanese family, before immigrating to the United States, Chamy has taught at six universities and served as an Erasmus+ Scholar and Honorary Chair at the Art Academy in Latvia. Chamy is currently an Assistant Teaching Professor and Resident Artist at the Ratcliffe Art + Design Incubator at Florida International University in Miami, where he bases his studio.
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