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Andi Sutton

Andi Sutton is an artist whose work explores the ways performance art methodology can be used to create alternative models for community and social engagement. She is a member of the Boston-based collective The National Bitter Melon Council (www.bittermelon.org) which uses the form of a vegetable promotion board to create public projects that use the flavor and emotion of bitterness - and Bitter Melon - to spark dialogue about difference, foreignness, and community, and push the boundaries between art and life. She also co-produces the public art & dialogue event series Platform2 (http://www.janemarsching.com/platform2/) and sustains a collaborative and solo practice that incorporates food, agriculture, television and street intervention, video, sculpture, performance, and installation. She was co-curator of the Berwick Research Institute's Public Art Incubator Program (2004-2006) and has exhibited across the U.S. and Canada at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the University of Chicago, the Western Front, Art Interactive, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Anthology Film Archive, and Mobius, among others. As a member of the NBMC, she received the Boston Artadia Art Award in 2007. She graduated with a BA and BFA from a combined degree program between Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and is Program Coordinator for the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at MIT.