A performance by Lunder institute for American Art fellow Dominique Duroseau as part of the Taking the White Gloves Off Performance Art Series in Honor of Lorraine O’Grady, a partnership with the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, the Colby College Museum of Art’s Lunder Institute for American Art, and the Colby Arts Office.
Dominique Duroseau is a New Haven, Connecticut/Newark, New Jersey/Greater New York-based artist, born in Chicago and raised in Haiti. Duroseau’s interdisciplinary practice explores themes of racism, socio-cultural issues, racialized desirability politics, and existential dehumanization. Her exhibitions, performances, and screenings include: PULSE Play, The Kitchen, Sculpture Center, El Museo del Barrio, A.I.R. Gallery, BronxArtSpace, Rush Arts Gallery, Smack Mellon in New York City and The Newark Museum. She was a fellow at A.I.R. Gallery, and received artist residencies from Gallery Aferro, Index Art Center, Wassaic Project, Shine Portrait Studio, MASS MoCA, NARS Foundation and Artists Alliance Inc.
Duroseau holds a bachelor of arts in architecture, a master of arts in studio arts, and is currently attending Yale pursuing a master of fine arts.