Felice Grodin is an artist with a background in architecture. She obtained her Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University, where her thesis was a recipient of the Thomas J. Lupo Award for Metropolitan Studies, and her Master of Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University. Her practice is focused on alternative landscapes that span both the micro and macro scale. Her work has been exhibited at Diana Lowenstein Gallery (Miami), Manifest Research Gallery and Drawing Center (Cincinnati),Tampa Museum of Art, Dimensions Variable (Miami), Girls’ Club (Ft. Lauderdale), Locust Projects (Miami), Museum of Art + Design (Miami), Museum of Contemporary Art (Miami), Design Matters Gallery (Los Angeles) and Cannonball (Miami).
Other projects include the exhibition Residential Properties (resproperties.tumblr.com/about), which was awarded a WaveMaker grant. In it she explored the cross section of real estate speculation and art by commissioning a series of fourteen site specific interventions within an artist residency. In addition, she is a co-founder of AST (Alliance of the Southern Triangle), an initiative exploring ramifications of secession in South Florida due to current climate change policy. She is a member of the Miami based group Fall Semester (fallsemester.org), an artist run collaborative that brings together a diverse group of theorists, critics, researchers, and interested individuals to engage in contemporary discourse and culture across multiple platforms. She has also contributed essays to various publications including The Miami Rail.