Red star, winter orbit
Red star, winter orbit present the work of four Mexican artists who reflects on space, bodies and the materiality as well as the movement and trajectories on canvas.
Gordillo’s works from a meditative and introspection process and faces new situations to generate knowledge and a new perception of her environment. For Peláez, the stain and the accident become objects (stones) pushing the boundaries of the space. These stones float, explode and inhabit the canvas that limit them and they generate different narratives. Jimena Rincón, reflects on the relationship we have with the environment, how it conditions us to make decisions and how they modify and create our identity and our history over time. For his part, Verduzco made formal-spatial exercises that transport us to spaces in constant movement where perspective plays a leading role.
The title refers to the eponymous story of two of two exponents of science fiction literature: Gibson and Sterling. The book as well as the exhibition, talks about new possibilities and trajectories in a space on constant exploration.
Artists: Rocío Gordillo, Javier Peláez, Jimena Rincón and Álvaro Verduzco
Curated by: Violeta Horcasitas
From April 1st to June 1st, 2017