Amelia Campino Ahí va
Solange Heilenkötter Test
Francisco Mery Alma del Caribe
Danielle Frankenthal No title
“My work comes from research of the drawing, taking shade as the spatial pattern of an object. Initially, I cling to the idea of the line as the mark of a sequence of points, either in the plane or in space. Along with this, I take the line out of volumen to generate volumetric fields where the viewer becomes part of the work; he completes the pice in his route.
Lines representing volumetric territories as integrated circuits,with a specific order that is built into every space. Straight lines that carry the volumen generated in a purely organic blank field, referring to a great light where they come from, as a negative of the shadow. With different lifting heights, when exposed to light, new shadows are projected on the surface, showing the works temporality, like a drawing in space. In turn, the incorporeal and ephemeral nature shadow is addressed. The intangible becomes tangible by the volumetric of the drawing.”
Visual artist born in Chile. She has a degree in Graphic Design. In 2001 she begins her research in the artistic area, setting her own art studio in 2007. Now she is completely dedicated to create artworks.
In her words:
“Years of work and experimentation with volume and light have resulted in my work where lightweight and fragile materials transform creating an end result prevailing in size and contrast.
In each piece, I seek the beauty of simplicity, transparency, and spontaneity finding the perfect balance whereby tension and slack, cuts and crosses, come together as if in a constant dance.”
Self taught painter and graphic designer, born in Santiago de Chile in 1961.
“My art is defined as sort of “3d realism”, that has the effect of creating an illusion in the observer ́s eye, confronting him with the sensation of not having the certainty of knowing the reality of the perceived object, provoking on him the desire of touching the artwork.
My theme is the depiction of paper, with which I partially wrap paintings, letting to the spectator the discovery of its hidden mystery. “
“All of my works are about light, in all its valences: as the specific light which is color; as the most humanly perceivable form of pure energy which allows us sight; and as the great spiritual metaphor.
My formalistic concerns are mark and color over a strong albeit sometimes elusive substructure. I paint on transparent Acrylite® layers to mimic the way adults see and to call their attention to that seeing which is through their cultural programming and life experiences.
The works are light interactive, and change with the ambient light and the viewers position.”