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In trying to capture remnants of the past I am dealing with fragile material, attempting to replace an idea with something tangible.I have been extensively collecting old memorabilia, clothes shoes and family photographs, all in various states of disrepair. Exploiting the rich textures and decaying materials and with an element of the half remembered, I can narrate my own stories transforming these discarded objects into meaningful and coherent ideas.
Sculptor. Born in Bogota, Colombia. Lives and works in Barcelona, Spain, since 1985. Creates monumental site-specific and small format sculptures and installations using glass, stone, wood, light and sound effects. She had placed more than 30 monumental sculptures in outdoor museums in Europe, Africa and America. Exhibits often in Europe and her work is in museums and private collections. She is professor for sculpture, gives conferences, writes articles for specialized magazines and blogs, and has realized documental videos for sculpture techniques.
BA (Hons) Decorative Arts Graduate 2014 who has exhibited at New Designers and 100% Design this year. Working with blown glass to produce unusual asymmetric lighting, to sculptural wall pieces using CAD and 3D printing to create intriguing textures. Inspirations from perspective within architecture, to the free flowing organic forms.
I was fortunate to have studied painting and sculpture at Goldsmiths'. My glass work is influenced by my printmaking and I can engrave into the glass which fulfils my love for drawing. I find the use of lettering a very satisfacory way to express my feelings.
I am finding a language in which I can express how I feel about the world around me.