Olivia DiVecchia is an artist working across sculpture, drawing, photography, sound and text. She is interested in the withdrawal of meaning and an excavating desire she feels in the wake of this withdrawal. Consequently she can often be found digging holes in and around New York City. She sometimes uses this translated line from a poem by Paul Celan to clarify… “Where did the way lead when it led nowhere? O you dig and I dig, and I dig through you…” She is currently pursuing her MFA in art at CUNY Hunter College. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.