Devin Alejandro-Wilder (they/them) is a latinx working artist who manipulates identity and research-informed found and fabricated materials and processes to create work that exists within and in-between interdisciplinary sculpture, installation, and performance. Born deaf, queer, and identifying as non-binary, their work manifests from the complex intersections of both inherited and lived experiences. Having moved back to their home state of Texas only a few months before the pandemic began, they have spent the past year forming a new body of work that utilizes multi-channel video installation, photography, site-specific performance, and critical writing to explore and untangle developing concepts around labor, language, land, assimilation, diasporic identity, systems, and queerness.

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Since completing their BA in 2015 they have received generous fiscal and in-kind support from the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin, Austin Mutual Aid, The Museum of Human Achievement, Shelburne Craft School, and Generator Makerspace in the form of residencies, fiscal sponsorship, an honorarium, and educational scholarship. They have also been featured as a contributor for the art books and art and literary magazines, Land Chapters (photography, painting, print, 2021), Tele- (installation/film, essay, web, 2019), and peach fuzz (analog photography, print, 2020), in addition to being invited to participate in several artist-run projects, The Revolution School: Operation Scrooge and the League of Superheroes (Los Angeles), Artist Field (VT), and Unpaved Paradise Drive-In (TX) as well as founding the virtual/IRL collaborative free skool initiative, Free Skool Now.