Thu, 07/06/2018 - 20:00 - Fri, 19/10/2018 - 20:00
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
Some dust in the sun, some mud when it rains
The work of the Argentinian artist Laura Voskian stands out for its noticeable multidisciplinary character. Higher graduate in scenography from the Escuela Metropolitana de Arte Dramático de Buenos Aires, she studied sculpture at the Universidad Nacional de las Artes and the International Master of Contemporary Photography at Efti, Madrid.
 
With a base in the photographic medium; the drawing, the sculpture and the use of elements of nature, become mechanisms that Voskian uses for the first sketches of an idea, and at the time of presenting the results in the exhibition space. In this way, the ambiguous border between sketch and finished work appears as the point where all her interests converge and that are treated as the elements of a scenography.
 
Her work shows a deep attraction to the contemplative linked to the growth of the forms of nature, the slow transformation of matter or the progressive variations of light in a process that could be defined, close to the meditative. His method seems an attempt to treasure the minimum through the accumulation of annotations in a ship’s log about his explorations regarding the strange and the beauty. Not only through its registration, but even using the collection and physical presentation of those elements of the natural world in an exercise similar to the creation of a cabinet of curiosities that encloses his personal vision about the transcendence of the irrelevant.



 
www.lauravoskian.com
 
 
 
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