Zachary Fabri was born in Miami, Florida in 1977. In 2000, he received a Bachelor of Fine Art in graphic design at the New World School of the Arts (Miami) then moved to New York City to receive his Master of Fine Arts from Hunter College in 2007. Focusing on video and performance, his work seeks to create a space for discourse around social and political systems of oppression. In addition to video, he also incorporates various media, including photography, sculpture, drawing and installation. Often his work responds to a specific environment or context, exploring the idiosyncrasies of daily life. Fabri’s work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally at Sequences Real-time Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland; Nordic Biennale: Momentum, Moss, Norway; Gallery Open, Berlin; and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art, New York. He has recently completed a residency in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and one with LMCC in New York, NY. Upcoming exhibitions include Fore, a group show featuring a new generation of artists of African descent at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art at the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston, TX and a new commission at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.