Installation Art in "Palestina Libre" Malón Octubre Group's collective art exhibition. Palestine Embassy, CABA, Argentina. 2018
Curator: Kekena Corvalán - Santiago Canción
This conceptual work of art is installed in the open, in an internal patio within the Embassy, next to the National Emblem/Symbol of Palestine at the wall. With cloth and disused materials that I harness for my installations, I seek to anchor part of the mourning of the Palestinian people, as well as trying to make the spectator experience the precariousness of the exposure to weather, the spoliation, as agglutinated bodies. The elements within this limited physical space would relate to the loss of territory.
Installation Art in "Campamento inútil - Un bosquejo instalativo" collective art exhibition - Carolina Scorcione, Marianela Tisberger, Laura Mozzi, Petu de Mareca - Municipal Exhibition Hall "Lidaura Chapitel" - San Martín de los Andes - Neuquén - Argentina
December 2017 - January 2018
Curator: Carolina Arias
Curatorial Text: Celeste Vénica
In this installation art of "Campamento Inútil" I build a tent with scrap materials and fabrics, reusing them from another meaning. I bind the pieces inside-out, giving life to what would have been disposed merely as consumption waste. I propose a dialog between the external, the chaotic, and the singular possibilities of an encounter with playful and poetic magic, within it and despite it. I allude to resist with these simple disposable objects, to confront the prospect of eventual shelterlessness, weather, migrations, both from the singular and the collective view.
Installation Art in 3° Bienal Neuquén Contemporáneo - Huellas - 2017
"Pasa - Calle" ("Lasciateognisperanza, voich'entrate") Emilio Saraco - Hall of Art - Neuquén - Argentina December 2017 - March 2018
Curator: Fernando Farina
It passes through the street, through our life, through us, unvoicing us, as it covers itself. I invoke the phrase "Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch'entrate" ("Abandon all hope ye who enter here"), with which Hell greets its newcomers in Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. A phrase that refers to the last moment – as there will be no more chances after the final judgement – to each face the consequences of their own actions. I inquire about our past, our possible paths, plagued with shadows, reflections, lights, meetings, pauses and existence. In this installation art I worked with scrap materials, brought together with cloth pieces I've collected during my life, as well as elements allusive of the humane.
Installation Art in "Sombras de la repetición" - Centro Cultural Borges, CABA, Argentina - together with Gabriela Peláez, Graciela Ferreira, Patricia Minardi Otero and Stella Maris Seara, between August and September, 2017.
Curator: Eduardo Médici
Silvery glow, the color of moon, magic and night, of that which makes the sight flicker. Lights, shadows, spaces, opacities, pauses. We elapse through the repetition of the inside and the outside, between brightness, shades and reflections. What is lived is lost - turned to shadows and reflections -, the existence, what has existed, begins now to exist again. The repetition advents to produce something unknown, different. Each one must work and pass through paths of difficult encounters. Objects with identity as sheen of the unproductive. Uselessness as impossibility of reminiscence, if not fantastic prospect, illusion of a come-together in repetition. Urban fictions of reality, unreality. I highlight interest on the materiality of surfaces, construction of light, opacity and shade, contemplation. I have worked on the reuse of disposed material, the reverse of the object, giving it identity as shine of the useless.