This year Dulzaides has been developing an interdisciplinary body of work around the experience of returning to Italy. Twenty years ago Dulzaides was working with a Cuban theater group in Campagna, Salerno. He drastically changed the course of his life after deciding not to return to Cuba. The project includes a video piece, photo series, drawings, assemblages and permanent site-specific installations in the town of Campagna.
Km 0 (photo series)
Felipe Dulzaides is a Cuban American artist. His work has been featured in a variety of contexts that include contemporary art museums, public spaces, galleries, art fairs and biennials such as the 2008 Gwangju, the 2008 California, and the 2009 Havana Biennials.
Many of Dulzaides's works use autobiographical experiences to address the emotional stress originating in displacement and our need to interpret the past. He also has developed several projects that explore the perception of public space and architecture in relation to ideology and politics. Dulzaides is the recipient of prestigious awards including the Cintas Fellowship, Art Matters and the 2010 Rome Prize.