Oreen Cohen explores the potentiality of material, self, and space in site-specific sculpture, public art, interventions and video performance. In 2014, Cohen received a Masters in Fine Art from Carnegie Mellon University and has participated in exhibitions, residencies, and public commissions nationally and internationally including Alloy Pittsburgh, FIGMENT Sculpture Project on Governors Island, NYC and the Chevy Commons, and Flint Public Art Project (Flint, MI). Solo and group exhibitions include “Nearly Captured” at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (2015); “Lossless” at Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University (2014); “My Future Ex” at University at Buffalo Gallery (2013); Shibolet at Area 405, Baltimore, MD; and Running Drill at Transformer Gallery, DC (2011). Cohen received a New York Foundation for the Arts Sculpture Fellowship (2011) and a Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council grant (2013, 2012). Oreen has also participated in residencies such as Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2013) and CerCCa Casamarles in Catalonia, Spain (2012).