Alice Shockey is a recent graduate of Oberlin College where studied studio art. She uses reproducible media and multimedia installation as a way to investigate the geometry of space in relationship to urban design and demography. This relationship grew in the city of Siena, Italy, where she attended the Siena Art Institute Onlus in the spring of 2015, and then during her travels in the Czech Republic shortly after. During this time she documented her family’s Jewish history both in Nové Město nad Metují, where her grandfather grew up, and in the Theresienstadt transit camp located near Prague, where her grandfather’s younger sister Milada and their mother Zdeňka were located before they perished in Auschwitz—Birkenau in 1943. She recently completed a final exhibition at Oberlin College, in which she investigated concepts of her Jewish history located within spatial geometry. She continued to investigate these relationships during her residency with Art Kibbutz on Governors Island.