What is value? Why do we collect? At what point does its price corrupt the work? Most importantly, what does it mean to be human in late-capitalism? To try to find some answers I often play between singularity and seriality, challenging value, collectivity and ownership in the sensitive, sometimes bizarre, relationship between money and art.
I grew up in Argentina, graduated from the art academy in Utrecht in 2010 and have since been working in the lively niches between visual arts, design and performance. Through a range of graphic techniques including sticker-collages and silkscreen I developed a very characteristic style. My optical illusions portray a strong urge for disorder. I intend to introduce an unexpected flair of anarchy to any existing grids (literally and figuratively).
With strong contrasts and vibrating colours, I create compositions full of movement, where the thin line between order and chaos is distorted. This same playfulness I apply to the sale of my works, where I question the assumptions on which our economy is based on. The new project I will present at This Art Fair 2022 is going to be a magical spell in which we break space and time with whoever buys an artwork.www.peim.nl