Jeremy Wolin was born in New Haven, CT.
He is currently a dual degree student at Brown University
and the Rhode Island School of Design.
Having grown up walking back and forth across New Haven’s Oak Street Connector, he is interested in the place of artists and architects in public memory work, the retellings of lost narratives, and the claims of architecture as social solution. He draws inspiration from language used to promote urban development and arguments to save, preserve, and memorialize in the aftermath of catastrophic events. Working across media, he aims to make work that straddles art and architecture.
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
CV available upon request