George Ferrandi is an artist whose work responds to the specifics of a site, audience, or situation, employing whatever medium is best suited for the task.
George lives with a small dog and a rooftop garden in Brooklyn. She is the director of Wayfarers Studio Program and Gallery in Bushwick and was the founding member of the touring performance project Cloud Seeding: Circus of the Performative Object. Her work has been performed/exhibited around the country - at the Kitchen in New York, Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn, the McKinney Contemporary in Dallas, the Wexner Center in Columbus, Museo d’Italo Americano in San Francisco, UCSD in San Diego, the Harn Museum in Gainesville and Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia. She has received grants from the Franklin Furnace Fundwinners for Performance Art, the Mid Atlantic Arts Council, and the RISD Part-time Faculty Association.
George teaches Sculpture and Performance Art periodically at the Rhode Island School of Design and at Virginia Commonwealth University. She also runs a small business specializing in the restoration of statues of saints for churches, and reserves speaking about herself in the third person for her online bio.