8.5 x 11 inches
pigment print
Edition of 20


Davina Semo’s sculptures draw from a dynamic vocabulary of industrial materials. Her work explores our lived environment, including the tensions between liberty and restraint, nature and the city, bodies and built structures. Davina Semo (b. 1981, Washington, D.C.) has a BA in Visual Arts from Brown University and an MFA from University of California, San Diego. Semo has shown extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Her work has recently been featured in numerous group exhibitions including at the San Francisco Arts Commission, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, and Parts & Labor, Beacon where it was exhibited alongside paintings by Deborah Remington. She presented solo exhibitions at three galleries in 2019: Marlborough Contemporary, New York, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, and Ribordy Thetaz, Geneva, and in 2020, opened her first solo institutional exhibition at the di Rosa Museum (Napa). Semo is opening her first major public installation with the Public Art Fund in Brooklyn Bridge Park in August 2020. Semo is represented by Jessica Silverman, San Francisco and Ribordy Thetaz, Geneva. Semo lives and works in San Francisco, CA.