New technologies have transformed the way in which we communicate. It is exciting and motivating to see how they disseminate information, educate and empower the exchange and at the same time threaten to manipulate us. Art is not isolated from the social and cultural context. Participate, is part of that and transforms it.
By intertwining concepts, feelings and ideas, we can communicate at different levels and in different ways. This is how working on wooden boards or canvases, I blend different materials, such as oil paintings, wires and sand. Creating allegorical landscapes, I represent how we connect with each other through communication, be it physical, mental or spiritual.
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Miscommunications, 16"x16"in Oil, Sand and Wires on Museum Archival Ampersand Wood Panel.
Shown at Group Show, Greenwich Art Society, curated by Margaret Ewin, curator at MoMa ( Museum Of Modern Art ) New York City and exhibited at BWAC Gallery, Brooklyn awarded by Alison Hokanson, curator of European Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Reach Up, Oil, Sand and Wires on Museum Archival Ampersand Wood Panel.
Selected and curated at a group show by Metropolitan Museum of Art Assistant Curator Beth Sanders.
Fondly Wired, 16"x20", Oil, Sand & Wires on Ampersand Wood Panel.
Private collection USA Shown at Citi DeFord Gallery. Curator: Elizabeth Hoy, Director of the Godwin-Ternback Museum
Re Coded, 48"x48" in, Oil, Sand and Wires on Canvas
Shown at BWAC Art Gallery, Brooklyn New York. Curated by Lilian Tone, curator at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Connect Me, 48"x48" in, Oil, Sand and Wires on Canvas
Shown in a group show at BWAC gallery, curated by Christiane Paul, curator at
The Whitney Museum of American Art