Raul Hott is a Chilean architect and cultural producer, currently living in Brooklyn. He just received his MFA in New Forms at Pratt Institute. He has presented his work at Trestle Gallery, Blackburn 20/20 Gallery, Governors Island Art Fair and Brooklyn Zen Center. Ultimately he has developed projects on the public space, where the last, self-funded and main event ‘Songs for the Open Body’ was supported by the Parks & Recreation Department from Brooklyn; this event gathered more than 50 participants as active performers. Recently, Raul was awarded with an Education Fellowship and Residency program at the Wassaic Project in NY for this upcoming winter.
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