Raúl Hott

Name: Raúl Hott      

Nationality: Chilean

Born: 1984

Website: http://raulhott.net/

Raúl Hott is an architect, artist and educator that does work about the body. He designs collective experiences for public spaces and natural environments. His projects are communal initiatives and actions that invigorate democratic access to the arts and public life, injecting horizontal participation and vitality. He is an artist whose work spans ephemeral architecture, sound, choreography, writing, graphic design, and numerous other fields. Raúl holds an MFA in New Forms from Pratt Institute.

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Raúl Hott is an architect, artist, and educator that does work about the body, designing collective experiences for public spaces and natural environments. His projects are communal initiatives that invigorate democratic access to the arts and public life, injecting horizontal participation and vitality. He is an artist whose work spans architecture, sound, healing, choreography, writing, graphic design, and numerous other fields.

Raúl holds an MFA in New Forms from Pratt Institute. He has been particularly drawn by pedagogy, teaching in different Art and Architecture Schools since 2007. He is currently based in Athens, Greece, where he participates as a fellow resident of Capacete, a Brazilian experimental education program featured in Documenta 14. To participate in this Residency Program, Raúl was awarded with the Motel Capacete Fellowship from Chile.

Raúl Hott’s work has been featured at the Point Centre for Contemporary Art (Cyprus), Art in Odd Places Festival (NY), Trestle Gallery (NY), Ed. Varie Gallery (NY), Blackburn 20/20 Gallery (NY), Mykonos Biennale (Greece), Espacios Revelados (Chile), NAVE (Chile), and HALLE14 (Germany), among many others