Natural Systems

Daniela Kelly

In NATURAL SYSTEMS Vero Glezqui, Fernanda Uski and Juan Villavicencio evoke natural forms through which the passing of time, scientific theories, and the relationship to the self and the environment are explored. Whether inspired by geological processes, climate change, or pseudoscience their work presents viewers with an expansive sense of place, space, and time. Here drawings become a meditative practice through which repetition and transparency invite us to contemplate the fragmented beauty of the landscape; where natural pigments and clay are molded into sculptural forms that defy the passage of time as they evoke their primary forms; while gouache, acrylic and magazine clippings are assembled in such a way that they create a juxtaposition between found imagery and the scientific theory.

Texto publicado para la exhibición Natural Systems, 2017.