Virginia Ramírez (Caracas, 1988) studied Graphic Design at the School of Visual Communication and Graphic Design PRODISEÑO in Caracas, where she was also Assistant Professor in the Drawing and Sound Workshops. She holds a Master’s degree in Visual Arts from LUCA School of Arts in Brussels (2014). Among others, she participated in the ROOM ART | … |
Hernán Paganini (Zárate, Argentina, 1982) is a collage and installation artist. He began his studies in Graphic Design at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, where he taught a Morphology class from 2003 to 2010. He was selected for the Artists’ Program at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (2010- 2011), conducted by Pablo Siquier, and was awarded | … |
Imminent + Poetics ≠ Relational + Politics
As in any first-degree equation, we must clear the variable, in this case, the artistic scene (X), which, ever capricious and brutal, behaves like an electron: it appears and disappears, visibilizing and invisibilizing the peripheral or nuclear elements that it sometimes orbits and sometimes doesn’t.
Robert Gober’s The Heart Is Not a Metaphor
The Heart Is Not a Metaphor is a body art exhibition that took over 13 galleries at the MoMA and included a retrospective of Gober’s 40-year career. Of course, it was entirely forbidden to take photos in that room. It is also important to admit that certain things are impossible to narrate.
The Codices of Consuelo Méndez
Trace, stroke, inscription. Expression seeks to be channeled by the forms presented by culture. There ––here––, writing is proposed as an expression of the mind-voice, and the pictorial image as something that resembles, represents, simulates, interprets, or overshadows the exterior.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Biometric Abstraction
In the third installment of Corresponsal, Elena Pastor walks us through Mexican artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s exhibition Abstracción Biométrica, at Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, with photographs of her visit. Enjoy this new virtual tour without the inconvenience of geographical limitations. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Biometric Abstraction Curator: Katheleen Forde In situ text Throughout his varied artistic | … |