Bridget Rodezno
Bridget Rodezno
Welcome all-

I am a Salvadoran-American artist and designer currently based out of Brooklyn, NY.

Prior to my pursuit of a B.F.A at Pratt Institute, I completed an A.S Fine Arts Degree with a concentrated focus on sculpture, and installation art at Ulster Community College in the Hudson Valley region.

Over the course of my combined academic career, I have been actively engaged in ongoing discussions regarding design’s capacity to address a range of disparate agendas within related frameworks.

I am adamant on deconstructing my role as an active artist and designer in order to disseminate cultural, generational, and intersectional affect apart from the primacy that has been given to self effect.

These selected works are introductions to arising spatial imaginaries within the context of known interior programs.

If you are interested in this particular selection of work- feel free to contact me by email at either brodezn5@pratt.edu or rodeznobridget@gmail.com to learn more !
WBH_T-100 | Public Bathroom Design | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
WBH_T-100 | Public Bathroom Design | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
ICC-509 | Dance Center in Crown Heights | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
ICC- 509 | Dance Center in Crown Heights | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
ICC-509 | Dance Center in Crown Heights | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
I0-500 | Office Design | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
I0-500 | Office Design | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
2100 P.A_ UWH-07 | Distopian Hostel Proposal | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
2100 P.A_UWH-07 | Distopian Hostel Proposal | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
2100 P.A_ UWH-07 | Distopian Hostel Proposal | 2020
By Bridget Rodezno
Heterotopia of Remittance | 2021
By Bridget Rodezno
PK-200 | Audio Installation | 2019
By Bridget Rodezno
Artist Statement
_Thus far, my joint art and design practice has been consistent in questioning the context of living. I am interested in how interior design can facilitate a discourse that responds to the cultural, psychological and environmental milieu of today’s world; edging towards a pluralistic view of intersectional narratives and the emergence of distinct kinships.
My practice is an evolving methodology that seeks to convey the significance of affect. Placemaking, identity, material culture and research have come to devise a range of disparate agendas and priorities that define my role as both an artist and designer.
"HETEROTOPIA OF REMITTANCE" [ Thesis Discourse], 2021
By Bridget Rodezno