Zona 1: Gold and Light /// Oro y Luz
Oro y Luz: Puerto Madero. Public Installation. 2012. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2 minutes.
As part of a residency at Zona Imagarina, I created a temporary installation by reflecting light off buildings with a mirror in financial district, Puerto Madero. I used light, local mythology and architecture as symbols to respond to the Argentine economic climate, history and policy as it related globally to the world economy and it’s own people.
This is a compilation documenting that performance in spring of 2012 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This series comes out of time I spent at Zona Imaginaria, an artist residency in San Fernando.
Sculptures and a separate series (Good Airs Upon the Sea) that came from my time there can be found in the Work section of this website.
The video was screened at La Chicas Presents series in New York, NY (June 2012), at Transmodern Festival in Baltimore, MD (May 2012) and at the City Arts Gallery in Baltimore (January 2013).
For Zona Imaginaria