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Ramona Gomez is an urban ecologist and artist surviving in Berlin. Originating from Los Angeles, She earned a BA in Fine Art and Urban Planning from University of California Los Angeles. Her process begins with with the serendipity of chance discovery and allows for the ecosystem of her works to grow from this initial retreival. Hunting for signs and symbols in the urban peripheries, she sifts through the debris to identify the discrepancies between cycles of old and new, death and rebirth, kitsch and class, trash and treasure, and the art of spinning a capitalist fable to believe in.


2020, BA , University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles
2016, Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles

Solo Exhibitions
I wear my tenderness like an armor, April 6- current, Self-Curated, Sameheads, Berlin  

Lost Amulets, April 18- May 5, Self-Curated, Little Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions
Plastic Birth, April 21-28, curated with Camille Belmin and AVery LongDay, Molt Gallery, Berlin. 

UCLA Undergraduate Juried Show, curated by Ike Onyewuenyi, New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles

UCLA Undergraduate Scholarship Award Exhibition, curated by Cathy Opie, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Lari Pittman, New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles
Eternal Zest, curated with Stella Lamar, Eliot Fernau, Michael Bala, and Ethan Jannsen, Little Gallery, Los Angeles

MOCA LVAP Group Show, Curated by Kahlil Josef, Underground Museum, Los Angeles
Nex(t)us, curated by Barry Markowitz and Liz Young, Human Resources, Los Angeles

Projects / Publications

“Night Path” dress made for Sara Silva for “Taurus” film premiere, June 10, Tribeca Film Festival, New York.

“Orbital Pearl” and “Lace Degrade” dresses made for Ap0cene Collective.

“JUST LIKE HEAVEN”, digital collages for Heaven by Marc Jacobs magazine, Los Angeles

“The Ecology of Remixing”, written for Graphite Journal in Los Angeles.

“Vertebrate Ephemera” dress for Caroline Polachek, New York Fashion Week -nyfw-spring-22.html

“Orbital Pearl” dress photographed by Yoav Erteschik for PhotoVogue Italia