Stephanie Dinkins is an interdisciplinary artist who merges video and sound with an array of organic and found materials to create sculptures and installations. She has recently completed public art works for Jamaica Flux 2007 and The Laundromat Project. Her work can currently be seen in Cinema Remixed and Reloaded: Black Women Artists and the Moving Image Since 1970, Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts through March 2008 in and has been featured in Survive/Thrive/Alive, Wave Hill, NY, Artificial Africa, Gigantic Art Space, NY; Afrofuturism, SoapFactory, Minnesota, MN; Veni Vidi Video II, Studio Museum in Harlem, NY, Socle du Monde Biennial, Herning Kunstmuseum, Denmark. She earned an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and is an alumna of the Independent Studies Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art and Artist in the Marketplace Program of the Bronx Museum of Art. The recipient of grants from the Puffin Foundation, the Trust for Mutual Understanding, the Lef Foundation and Philip Morris, she lives and works in New York.