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Over, Under and Along, 2018

Series of studies of volcanic rocks surrounding Hacienda Guapamacátaro

Egg tempera on shadow boxes covered with canvas, rabbit skin glue, gesso, volcanic rock, tables

Dimensions variable

Produced at Guapamacátaro Residency, Maravatío, State of Michoacán, Mexico

 

Over the last thirty years, Latin American art has witnessed dynamic movement between local, regional, and global art spaces, transforming practices, markets and audiences. The explosion of artists circulating in a manner described by critic Gerardo Mosquera as “glocally” (globally and locally) reveals a fluidity: passports have been exchanged for post-national identities permitting physical and cultural exchange. This increase in movement contributes to a notion of the continent as plural and diverse.