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Sculpture, Glass on Wood
Size: 43.3 W x 31.5 H x 17.7 D in
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Each of the facets that make up the sculpture represents a subjective reality in itself since it is the pure projection of the reflected reality. It also depends on the position in which the observer is placed, so this reality becomes more subjective if possible. Subjectivity of reality. What is form and what is its relationship with space? What defines reality? Are the limits in form what give us the clues about space? Is it pure intuition that from a synthetic judgment provides us with the notion of objective reality? Sculptures in which the form is created not only by the edges that subtly delimit the planes that make up the sculpture, but also by the relationship between light and space. Delicacy and fragility of the mirrors with the essence of the ethereal, the ephemeral, like light.
Sculpture:Glass on Wood
Size:43.3 W x 31.5 H x 17.7 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
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From a contemporary perspective through abstract languages, close to Arte Povera and Materic Art, in which I combine tradition and innovation. As a versatile creator, my artistic work explores different methods (sculpture, painting, photography, installation, video). Within an abstract style but full of symbolism, I have given great relevance to the material substratum of the work. The marked conceptual sense, where the material support transcends its state and provokes a profound analysis, should be highlighted. Chromatic austerity is a characteristic element of my work: reducing my palette to a very limited range of colours, based on ochres, blacks and reds, with which to create works of great chromatic contrast and powerful visual impact. I am greatly interested in the use and re-use of materials with a strong industrial stamp, such as Corten steel, aluminium, cement and glass, which stand out due to the experimentation, the special, formal and interim analyses, the perception, the theoretical development and the public sphere, as well as delving into new media and technological innovation. My vital, intellectual and artistic inquisitiveness has led me to explore a large part of the world, where, at the same time, I have developed many of my projects, embracing the essence of each territory, to reinterpret it and decipher it in my works. Projects, trips and life experiences, of marked contrast and complementarity, such as stays of several months in Washington and New York, creation and exhibitions in Mexico City, research projects in Puerto Rico, conferences in Tokyo, in situ works creation for collectors in Qatar, projects in Indonesia, etc. Experiences in Asia, the Middle East, America and Europe are influences that have spread to my work and creative processes. Private collections, institutions, galleries, curators, critics and the media have trusted and looked into my work, which, from my beginnings, has been characterised as being personal, intense, consistent and on the border between tradition and innovation.
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