Marcus Manganni creates large scale public and gallery installations that confront the harmful environments of carceral systems. His public works are segments of prison architecture that employ the sun mapping process he developed while in solitary confinement. Through the direct use of reflection and refraction the viewers are faced with their own image in a reformed, unfamiliar environment. His gallery works address the trauma of carceral spaces and the relationship between historical movements in art, architecture, design, and fashion. Manganni is a Right of Return and Art for Justice fellow.