• Date
        June 10, 2020

        GERM


        Leonardo Loyal

        Nature behaves in strange ways and what is seen, at the same time, cannot be seen clearly. The noise drives the film like the flow of a dark river and, at times, tears through the editing as if it were a sheet of paper. The experiment is actually a not so innocent game. Between the abstract and the figurative, the harmonic and the noise, the film confronts us before giving us an answer: What can emerge from contemplating filmic matter?
      • Date
        June 10, 2020

        Emersive


        Oscar Naranjo exhibition hall (day)

        Comprised of a single sequence, this project offers an exploration of various microcosm spaces through grids, Lowpoly shapes and fractals with bright dominant colors such as emerald green and purple typical of synthwave imagery.


        Authors: Jeremy Oury & Antoine Briot
      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        Paolo Garcia Nigrinis


        Colombia

        He is a photographer, graduated from the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University of Bogotá, his photographic practices have focused on studying memory, the recovery of visual heritage, vernacular photography and the redefinition of ready-made images, archive images.
      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        Y. Akama, A. Light, T. Kamihira

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      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        T. Pérez-Bustos, L. Suchman, A. Chocontá-Piraquive

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      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        Sandra Suarez Quintero


        Colombia

        Graphic designer and Photography Specialist from the National University of Colombia. Specialist in University Teaching and Magister in Artistic Studies. He has combined teaching, research and creation work in different institutions. His work is framed within the theme of image and visual representation from its production and its possibilities in and for research, with projects around heritage and memory, archival practices, popular graphics and the history of photography.
      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        Maria del Rosario Gutierrez


        Colombia / Chile

        Magister in Humanities with a mention in Art History from the Universidad del Desarrollo de Santiago de Chile. Degree in Visual Communication from the Universidad del Pacífico, Santiago de Chile. Professional Technologist in Graphic Design from Taller Cinco, Bogotá. Since 1986 she has been dedicated mainly to teaching both in Colombia and in Santiago de Chile.
      • Date
        June 11, 2020

        Colombian Remembrance


        Oscar Naranjo exhibition hall (night)

        In this post-conflict era, it is necessary to speak from art as a tool for social reconstruction and as a pedagogical tool, the work seeks to artistically recreate the face of the conflict from two perspectives, alluding to the silence produced by war in the victims as a contradictory liberating action, as a hopeful action as a sacrifice to history and its political repercussion in exchange for life and that this guarantees sanity and tolerance to the pain of living with absences that must be whispered or silenced but never shouted, the sepulchral silence of the genocidal who denies their crime, justifies them or differs with memory, here we represent silence as a violent action that impregnates mistrust, dismantles the message and breaks it through intimidation and death.


        Authors: Mario Alexander Sanchez Ocampo, Carolina Blandon Gañan
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