Artista visual, diseñador industrial, curador, investigador y emprendedor en el campo de la tecnología y la biotecnología, el argentino Sebastián Tedesco desarrolla su obra desde una perspectiva que entiende al arte como una idea en elaboración de manera constante.
Sean Donovan, an emerging artist living in Brooklyn, uses sculpture, video, and printmaking to call attention to environmental degradation. His works, which repurpose—and sometimes replicate—abandoned objects, including chemical containers and plastic bags, expose the myopic thinking and avaricious behavior that result in unchecked consumer and industrial waste, pollution, and a poisoned planet.
Jean Shin has long operated in the intersection of public art and civic engagement. Site-specific and often temporary, based in community and collective collaboration, and focused on sustainability, her work invites awareness and activism. Through a labor-intensive process, she transforms raw, “crowd-sourced” material— often gathered through open calls for contributions—into immersive, large-scale sculptural installations.
Florencia Almirón, joven artista visual nacida en Buenos Aires, desarrolla sus actividades entre Europa y Argentina, contando con una amplia trayectoria expositiva en galerías, ferias, bienales y museos de Alemania, Holanda, Islandia, Grecia, Inglaterra, Argentina, entre otros.
Mount Ruapehu, the largest active volcano in New Zealand, last erupted in 2007, sending a lahar of mud, rock, and water from the mountain’s crater sweeping down the mountain. In multimedia artist Donna Huanca’s current exhibition at Ballroom Marfa, “ESPEJO QUEMADA,” the painting Ruapehus Scar translates that sense of mutating energy to the canvas.
Laura Dalton has had a love affair with paper for decades. A meticulous, obsessive, and patient artist, she constantly seeks new ways to rework her material, which ranges from maps, sheet music, photographs, and book pages to traditional bark paper and ordinary white sheets.
Born and raised in London, Florence Peake is a sculptor, performance artist, and dancer whose work has been shaped by music, film, and poetry, as well as a keen interest in esoteric and shamanic practices.
Helaine Blumenfeld, an American sculptor who moved to the U.K. in the 1960s, has spent most of her decades-long career avoiding the media spotlight. More interested in pursuing a personal vision than in chasing success, she has focused on creating sculptures that explore her subconscious and the human spirit.