Richard Vivenzio is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. Vivenzio received his MFA in Fine Art from The School of Visual Art in 2016. Through sculpture and installation, Vivenzio’s work explores interior and exteriors through spacial intervention with linear form. Using common materials such as; light, shadow, and gravity, his work draws visual conclusions to how the unseen affects reality. Vivenzio’s recent work has been exploring the dynamics of different environments, taking place submerged below the ocean, using floats, weights, and the natural pressure of the ocean at certain depths. He has shown at; The New House Center of Contemporary Art, Usagi Gallery NY, The Hole Gallery, participated in fairs including; Pulse Art Fair-Projects, and Flux Art Fair and has been published in Hyperallergic, Artnet, and Time Out Magazine.