Within Receding Horizons

This fall semester I'll be part of a group show at Sullivan Galleries (33 South State Street, 7th floor) along with other SAIC students. Curated by Duncan Bass and Tess Haratonik. Project shown: Uyuni's Dilemma.
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September 14 to October 13
Reception: Friday, September 28, 6:00–9:00 p.m.

A visual metaphor with perspectival and relativistic implications, the horizon simultaneously depicts the limits of perception and renders a space of potential beyond these limit-conditions. The nine artists assembled in Within Receding Horizons navigate sites of personal and collective memory in search of this speculative horizon. Investigating the abstraction, externalization, and exchange of these memories, this exhibition questions the accessibility of these real, remembered, and imagined spaces. Featuring work by artists selected, in part, through portfolio reviews by the SAIC Exhibitions Committee: Sera Chen (MFA 2019), Wanbli Gamache (MFA 2019), María Karaman (BFA 2019), Nihat Karataşlı; (MFA 2019), Xindi Li (BFA 2018), Parvin Peivandi (MFA 2019), Martha Poggioli (MFA 2019), Daniel Salamanca (MFA 2019), and Aden Solway (BFA 2019). Curated by Graduate Curatorial Assistants Duncan Bass (Dual MA 2019) and Tess Haratonik (Dual MA 2020).

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Call 20

El próximo jueves 5 de julio a las 20:00h, la galería Luis Adelantado (Valencia) inaugura la muestra colectiva CALL 20, que reúne a 10 artistas emergentes seleccionados por convocatoria abierta. Allí estaré mostrando 2 piezas del proyecto Aquel que observa la hora, junto a los demás artistas seleccionados: Lluc Baños, Noémie Boulon, Ana de Fontecha, Esther Gatón, Carmen Jiménez, David Lerones, Elisa Pardo, Gianandrea Poletta, Cristian Raduta. 

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Grande superficie

Este jueves 21 de junio, en la Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá (Sede Chapinero), se inaugura la exposición Grande superficie, curada por Paola Peña. Esta exposición hace parte del Ciclo Prisma que se lleva a cabo bajo el programa Artecámara. Allí estaré mostrando la obra Citas, recuerdos y destinos, del proyecto DSN25.

Artista participantes: Fernando Uhía, Juan Peláez, Daniel Salamanca, Miler Lagos, Jaime Ávila, Sebastián Carrasco, Sofía Reyes, Gabriel Zea, Mariana Murcia, Milena Bonilla, Don Nadie, Lorena Espitia, Alix Camacho, Juan Obando, Esteban Gutiérrez

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Design Artist Citizen Site: Exploring Belonging

This summer I will be part of the exhibition Design Artist Citizen Site: Exploring Belongingwhich is a response from 20 students of the School of the Art Institute, to the topics of the American Pavillion (Dimensions of Citizenship) at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale. Project: Tejo: an Untranslatable Cultural Paradox | Opening: May 24, Cultural Flow Zone, Università Ca’Foscari, Venice, Italy. Organizers: Ann Lui and Iker Gil. 

The exhibition was coordinated by Heidi Metcalf (MArch 2019) and includes works by Adnan Faysal Altunbozar (MFA 2019), Tizzie Maria Baldenebro (MArch 2019), Cat Rose Bluemke (MFA 2018), Mary Nadia Do (BFA 2018), Andrea Hunt (MArch 2019), Ashley Margaret Hooker Jons (MArch 2019), Junxi Lu (BFA 2018), Lanye Luo (BFA 2018), Kathia Marie Muniz-Rios (MFA 2018), Axel Alexander Olson (BFA 2018), Alberto Ortega Trejo (MFA 2019), Meera Rampalli (MA 2019), Xavier Robles Armas (MFA 2019), Daniel Salamanca (MFA 2019), John Alexander Stevens (MA 2018), Kekeli Kodzo Sumah (MArch 2019), Vince Tong (MArch 2019), Karen Wang (BFA 2019), Raven Xu (BFA 2018), and Tinglei Zhang (MArch 2019).