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Mariam Ezzat

Mariam Ezzat, b. 1985, is a sculptor known for using personal belongings as the physical  medium of her work, focusing on the relationship between the subconscious routine and  intentional creation. Her sculptures are made by examining, processing, and arranging the  material debris of her life, celebrating the inherent poetry of objects. Mariam received her MFA  from Johnson State College in 2015 and is a professor of foundational design as well as a 2019  Kresge Artist Fellow. She curated the group exhibition, Mid Spiritual Modern, in 2019 and  organized the educational showcase, Mixed Nuts, in Dearborn, MI for the Sisson Gallery at  Henry Ford College in 2020. She lives and works in Detroit, MI.