Coralina Rodriguez Meyer studied painting at MICA, completed her architecture BFA at Parsons The New School and MFA at Hunter College CUNY. She received awards from Oolite Arts, VSA Arts, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, NYFA, Scholastics and Young Arts. Her research fellowship at the Museo de Sitio Machu Picchu Peru combined Quipu social structures with urban American iconography, while her work with Hito Steyerl at Universitat der Kunst Berlin investigated Nazi Utopian urban design. Her Cunt Quilt city flags were featured at nationwide protests and in the NY Times, Village Voice, Hyperallergic, Univision, the Guardian, London Review of Books and Jezebel. Her work was exhibited at the Queens Museum, Bronx Museum, Perez Art Museum, the Smithsonian Museum, Kunsthaus Bretanien Berlin, KMAC Museum and the Corcoran. She has shown at AIR gallery, Bitforms, Andrew Edlin gallery. Coralina is a mother and professor of architecture and urban design at FloridaInternational University.

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