Victoria Munro (b. 1975, Wellington, New Zealand; lives Staten Island, NY) works in a variety of media, including installation, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. Her recent woven and cast pieces in glazed and unglazed porcelain work towards “understanding the rigorous dedication of painters to their materials and how the sculptural properties of painting can inform a work’s meaning”. Munro has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions internationally, including the United States, Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, The Netherlands, and United Kingdom. In 2011, Munro was commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation to create a public art project for the new Grand Staircase at the St. George Staten Island Ferry Terminal. In addition to her artistic practice, Munro is Editor of SOAP magazine and has curated a countless exhibitions and projects, most recently the international group exhibition We Go Far…And Way Back at Show Gallery on Staten Island, NY.