Micaela de Vivero “Limbs”

Ceres Gallery

poster for Micaela de Vivero “Limbs”

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Ceres Gallery presents Limbs. For this work, Micaela de Vivero uses installation art to talk about relationships between the viewer and the art, between structure and movement, and between space and circulation. Lines, volumes and colors have become de Vivero’s tools to create communication between the art and its environment.

Her work is made of soft, malleable, porous materials, which are suspended and take their shape through its negotiation with other elements that form the work. de Vivero privileges empty space over mass, lightness over weight, movement, precariousness, and instability over permanence. Her piece has become a multi-object installations in which the viewer must move and participate with their presence.

The installation is approached as a composition in space in which she creates an opening for the viewer to circulate through, experiencing it physically, emotionally and visually.

She says: “The act of circulating through the installations I create should be a journey of introspection and discovery which should lead ultimately to establishing connections between the viewer and the art.”

In addition to the installation, de Vivero is presenting a series of ink drawings which explore her recent dealings with feelings of being obstructed and how that can change someone’s daily experience, especially with regard to pain and fear.



from May 23, 2017 to June 17, 2017

Opening Reception on 2017-05-25 from 18:00 to 20:00

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