“Mariana Coló, born in December 1986 / Based in Buenos Aires. As an anthropologist and artist, she intends to apprehend the world in a way that goes beyond superficial observation. Her artistic work takes the form of watercolour paintings and embroideries; a hybrid body of work that weaves theory with fiction, informal fieldwork with poetic sensibility, mythology with personal narrative. In order to represent an intimate visual ethnography animated by subtle flows of fragmentation and mutation.”
“Gooden creates mixed media drawings and installations where the materials used switches as often as the visual story being conveyed. Yet the touch and the correlation of that piece to a personal experience is always present. Also providing a different form of delicacy through their varying mediums. There are underlying tones of storytelling, intimacy, and nostalgia. Each piece is triggered by either by a piece of literature or aspects of the many communities of which Gooden belongs. ”
“Jean-Michel Garachon is a Parisian painter who mixes artwork, calligraphy, humor and poetry in his works. He begins his artistic work in stained glass and art restoration in various workshops, and then on his own in original creations. During the 1990s, Jean-Michel developed a passion for interior architecture and design. He creates many pieces of furniture with curves that are out of the ordinary, bright colors and singular style.”
Updated on August 13, 2019 | By Steph Davidson
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