Mutations of an Intermittent City

Pablo Rosero

Year:

2014

Media:

Projected Wood Sculpture 1080p Video - 2.1ch Stereo

Size (cm):

61.2cm x 52.2cm x 82cm

London 2018
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MONBA - Women and Lines Series

Pablo Rosero

Year:

2016

Media:

3121 Code Lines, digital printing, gold leaf, printer ink

Size (cm):

120cm x 90cm x 0

London 2018

NEKO - Women and Lines Series

Pablo Rosero

Year:

2016

Media:

3121 Code Lines, digital printing, gold leaf, printer ink

Size (cm):

120cm x 90cm x 0

London 2018

Biography

His work Intermittent Cities has been commissioned by the United Nations (UN) and his work Pulses was selected for the Lights Festival in Quito - 2016. He has also presented pieces thanks to national and international selections in: Athens: Booze Cooperative, Berlin: PPC Gallery and Abteilung für Alles Andere, Buenos Aires: CC Recoleta, Guayaquil: MAAC, Island of Chios: Calliope ArtSpace, Madrid: La Neomudejar, Morocco: CC Atlas Golf Marrakech, Peloponnese: Historic Center of Kalamata, Quito: MET, Sao Paulo: C.C. FIESP Ruth Cardoso, Timisoara: C.C. Artelor House, Yangon: New Zero Art Space; festivals such as FILE Festival, Athens Video Art Festival, Live Music Festival, Buenos Aires Tsonami, Cologne OFF, Miden Festival, Marrakech Digital Festival. Winner of Secu Fund for the Arts, Cubadisco Prize and Phonographic Fund.
Co-director of Jardines Colgantes, project that has been released in Ecuador, Mexico, Chile, Paraguay, Morocco, Greece and Uruguay.
He has performed visuals for bands like Brazilian Girls, Swing Original Monks, Skip & Die, La Máquina Camaleón, Paola Navarrete, Biorn Borg, Tanque, Guerrilla Clika, Los Tetas, Vectores, Jodamassa, etc.
He participated as Artistic Director at Rosero Art Gallery, cofounder at Cosmoaudición and is currently a partner at Torno.Co.Lab and owner-founder of Lut Estudio.lab

Artist statement

Through his work, Rosero reflects a constant search of the understanding of cosmos’ hidden face, from a thought attributed to emerging systems, that try to explain why inanimate matter without a clear objective can spontaneously transform itself into something much more complex that doesn’t necessarily respond to determination laws and is susceptible to create order through chaos. His work compresses the information to place it in an imperturbable and hieratic space, contemplates a vision creating a different reading of how we perceive changes in nature and invites to meditate across an abstract and sensitive poetic, the unleashed forces produced by our influence on the planet. The results of this research are expressed by graphic work, light sculptures, projections, videos and installations.

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