INSTALLATION, PHOTOGRAPHY, PAINTING, SCULPTURE, ACCESSIBLE ART
IndiaSensations collects the sensations and feelings experienced on a trip to India.
With this exhibition , she wanted to invite the viewer to notice their senses. A smell, see , hear and touch to feel the nuances of each work.
During the past year, she has worked with projects aimed at art accessible. Therefore, she wanted to continue in the same line and that this exposure exceeds the barriers of people with special needs , relying on the inclusive art.
Combining sculptures , paintings , sound , smell and installative matérico- ( for the viewer is immersed in a wide range of sensations experienced in India) , analyzes the status of women in this country and the caste system . For which she has created 12 accessible works that challenge some elements of our own culture.
Social injustices of both continents are active by selfishness and manipulation of the wealthy , socially, politically or economically . On the other hand , the situation of women in India is bleak . The subjugation of women in this country is spoiled by tradition , reducing them to serve their families or husbands. A confines patriarchy at home housework and child rearing . This has made him question the Western culture where patriarchy still existing in society also . Hence the abuses against women and in many cases the submission and continuous observation of women as sexual merchandise or pure discrimination based on , among many other examples wages.
From their perspective of Western women , she wanted to question the role of women in society and how, through old ” and outdated ” ways women live in different continents ” submissively , not considered equal .” He has also noticed the caste system, ” a social organization based on membership in a social group from birth to death, in which the person takes , accepts , swallow what has been assigned and used to everything that follows equally unfair. So that nothing changes .
She wanted to promote inclusive art, because for her , art is like a gem, a precious diamond to be polished a lot and that each person perceives in a unique way , personal , and not transferable . ” That is the reason that led her to break her own mental barriers and allow the public to touch the works ” end this exclusivist vision of art , with the aura of untouchable. He wanted to make this project a sense , a reflection that will inevitably personnel.
She takes over a year experimenting on how to design their works to be accessible to a phase would begin in India. Create not only watching, but considering that the works are palpated , heard or smelled . That the essence of the senses is translated into the artistic work, that thus everyone arrives.
Western culture and Indian converge well in a mixture of contrasts , traditions and sensory differences that invite the viewer to live a critical and sensory experience.