David McCauley is an interdisciplinary artist based in Miami, FL. His contemporary artwork incorporates graphic design, typography/language, and fabricated materials. As an artist living with paralysis, McCauley applies various adaptive mark making techniques in the creation of his work while exploring topics of inclusion, universal design, accessibility, and the physical state of the human body. His work has been featured internationally in solo and group exhibitions with such institutions as Art Basel Miami Beach, UBS Planet Art, SCOPE Art Show, Galerie Lano (Paris), Cheryl Hazan Gallery (NYC), Projective Space (NYC), and The Richmond Art Museum. David has held artist residencies at The Art Center South Florida/Oolite Arts (Miami Beach), YO Space (Miami), the Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT), the Laundromat Art Space (Miami), Santa Fe Art Institute (Santa Fe, NM), and Void Projects (Miami). He is represented by Lanoue Gallery in Boston, MA.
McCauley is the founder of The Rise Up Gallery and The Little Haiti Laundromat Art Space. Both 501c3 non profit organizations have been awarded numerous accolades for their programs which provide art therapy workshops to the community and studio/exhibition space for artists.
Learn more about David and his practice in this video that aired on FOX 13 Tampa Bay.
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