Cristina Iglesias

Galeria Comicos

This exhibition of Cristina Iglesias’ recent works demonstrated the continued evolution in her concept of nature, her understanding of the process of artmaking, and of her ideas regarding architecture and light. In this work Iglesias “denaturalizes” the exterior, that is, she removes any reference to nature from the sculptures. Still this work may somehow conjure up projections of a long-forgotten nature; for example, in the construction of a landscape of sculptures. Thus, she allows the work to resonate beyond itself. Iglesias makes light a theme in these works by using various transparent materials. The installation also creates shadows of the shapes of the sculptures, and finally self-portraits have been printed in the sculptures. Despite this opening to the outside world, its reflection remains diffuse and undefined as it becomes merely an abstract source of light.

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