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Constanza Valenzuela

Constanza is a public art curator and co-founder ACOMPI, a curatorial project stemming from the Spanish word acompañado, meaning “in company.” ACOMPI forefronts interdisciplinary practice and collaboration that serves as a youth-oriented, community-ingrained platform to expand the intersection of independent curatorial practice and site-responsive public engagement. Constanza is currently the Curatorial & Exhibitions Assistant at the High Line in New York City. The High Line is committed to showing curated exhibitions of contemporary public art that directly engage with cultural, social, and political currents. Constanza oversees the production and installation of public art installments on the High Line, along with adjacent programming. Previously, Constanza worked as the Programming Assistant for Creative Time, a public arts non-profit organization also in New York City. Constanza has a MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University (2019), and a BFA in Sculpture from Pratt Institute (2017). Constanza and her curatorial projects have been featured in Hyperallergic, the New York Times, Art Forum, and the Brooklyn Rail, among others.