Yiyo Tirado

/ San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1990 Mi trabajo artístico consiste en investigaciones sobre el paisaje y las diversas formas culturales en las que el poscolonialismo construye sistemas híbridos dedominio sobre los territorios caribeños y, más específicamente, sobre Puerto Rico. La construcción de mis obras explora a nivel de los recursos, las condiciones materiales y políticas […]

Samuel Dominguez

/ Santiago de Chile Know for his sculptural time-based installations, Samuel Domínguez’s practice explores new experiences with otherworldly landscapes and technological conceptions ofecosystems. In “What Happened After I Left” (2024), Domínguez departs from a research carried upon Chilean aquatic vascular plants that have migrated to other territories, such as the ecosystems in Florida. The exhibition […]

Mau Samayoa

/ El Salvador, 1989 My work is based on the idea of memory and information, trying to answer the question of how to process it and transcribe it into a visual object. That is the reason why I work with paper, as a way to exalt the material as support for humanity’s memories and its […]

Rocío Guerrero

Afectografo es un proyecto a largo plazo que la artista Rocío Guerrero Marin viene trabajando desde el año 2016.Comenzó con el diseño de una herramienta, el Afectografo, un collar que permite registrar el movimiento involuntario del cuerpo usando un lápiz sobre un papel. Esta herramienta ha sido utilizada en diversas instancias en las que la […]

Francisco Pero

/ Santiago, Chile, July 23, 1981 This work consists of a reflection built around identity and how this identity is constructed in relation to the paradigms of current cultures, implying a cross-border dynamic. “(…) Polyphony is the condition of the possibility of a historical-critical interpretation since in the disagreements of the different versions, valuable fragments […]

The Dream of Ometecuhtli

The Dream of Ometecuhtli Dec 2 —2024 Solo show: Gabino Abraham Castelán “The Dream of Ometecuhtli” is a journey through Castelán’s pictorial universe, where everyday life, mythology, and the Nahuatl concept of “Nepantla” merge to generate colorful, geometric, and dreamscape imagery. This exhibition profoundly explores liminal space, where dichotomy and transition converge—manifested through powerful images […]