Fredag 27. november kl 12 på loftet på Kysten inviterer vi til en spennende samtale med Isador Cuellar, og åpner for spørsmål og innspill underveis. Hun skal snakke om arbeidene sine i keramikk og grafikk.
Det blir servert kaffe, te og kaker.
Presentasjonen vil bli holdt på engelsk.
Fredag 27. november kl 12 på loftet på Kysten
Isadora Cuellar info:
Isadora lives and works in Mexico City. She studied a Bachelor in Visual Arts at the National School of Visual Arts (ENAP-UNAM, Mexico) with specialization in sculpture and a Masters in Visual Arts at San Carlos Academy (ENAP-UNAM) with specialization in graphics
She has had nine solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in Mexico City and other states of the country. She has participated in over 35 collective exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. She received Grant for Young Creators 2011-2012 FONCA (Mexico).
Her work has won several awards, among them:
2nd place. Art 40, Mexico City, 2010.
1st place. Contemporary Ceramics "4th Tonallan National Ceramics
Competition", Tonala, Jalisco, Mexico, 2009.
1st place. Sculpture "Fifth Biennial of Painting and Sculpture of the
Southeast". Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico 2007.
She has participated in several artistic residencies among the most relevant: Artistic residency in ceramics with a final exhibition and lectures. Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, USA, 2015.
Artistic residence and delivery of three workshops in Red Star Studios and
Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, MO, USA, 2013.
Artistic residence Gruber Foundation with Gerda Gruber. Cholul, Yucatán,
Mexico, 2010 and 2013.
Artistic Residency at Banff Centre. Banff, Alberta, Canada, 2006
For every internal structure of human beings is a changing structure, that has the ability to renew itself and has a close relationship with its environment; always with a reference and a connection to a larger structure, generating direct connections, which relate and feed each other in a continuous and infinite movement. With her work she seeks to promote reflection on particular aspects of the human-nature interaction, since witnessing and experiencing nature will lead to reconnect with ones spiritual nature, remembering that one is part of it, as one is part of a society.
This will be decisive in our influence for changes that will occur in the ecosystem, society and on yourself.