In Vitro (A triptych)
The relationship between man and nature has been so controversial, it sometimes seems that conflict and other contemplated each other as mirror of searching and finding. Man tries to contain and / or catch nature in his hands, control it, feeling owner of the same.
The poster draft includes a triptych, on which it`s observed an armchair, a fertilized egg, a matrix of orchid, a cage, scissors, over a field, a woman … is the expression of finding himself in the other, what surrounds that it is not him but at the same time is part of everything.
Visual proposed project has to do with the relationship that has to be between the interior and exterior as well as the implications this may mean, both in the contact exploration with others as well in search of their own identity.
The events it occur, as well as objects that circle around the interior will also be shaping the development of its interior, and influence parallel it´s exterior.
It is increasingly common to hear that it is possible to modify the DNA to genetically improve some being a specific characteristic, whether a plant, an animal or even a human being. Not far away to think about the search for perfection of being and it´s survival.
Orchids are modified by hybridizing different species in order to improve them, by an aesthetically interest. The production focuses on creating larger flowers with specific colors or simply a new creation, impossible species in their natural environment in order to fill the need of personal visual enjoyment. Collectors seek an idealization of beauty from his own desire and perfection in these kind of plants. The process integrates the project as an integral concept since it has to do with the ability to modify an object in terms of desire.
I intend to reflect on what you are looking for the human being, about what constitutes and what it tried to think about the inner nature, while at the same time it is expressed on the outside.
Born in Mexico in 1972. Studied Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Communication Design in the Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM-X) and the Master at the Visual Art in the San Carlos Academy (UNAM). She started professionally in 1997, in which she collaborated with the National Council of Fine Arts (CONACULTA) with works for theater, dance, music. Her personal works include subjects such as the violence,the hunger, the children’s human rights and the nature.
She won prices like: The third award in the V Computer Art Biennale in Rzeszów-Poland (2002), the Philippe Apeloig prize in Ningbo-China (2001), The Quorum award in Mexico City (2001), the third place in the XI Valle de Aosta Cinema International festival in Italy, “Stambecco d’Oro” whit the subject: “Animals and their environment. Look of the future, look after nature” in Aosta-Italy (1999), and the First place in the fourth National Poster Contest “The girls and boys rights”, with the subject of 10 years of children rights (1999), among others. Part of her works have been selected in different exhibitions around in places like: Slovakia, USA, Bulgaria, Korea, Czech Republic, China, Poland, Italy, Russia, Japan, Turkey, and Mexico.
Some publications have published her work like: The magazine OTOT (Tel Aviv-Israel, 2001), the magazine HOW (U.S.A., 2002), the magazine Designer (Moscow-Rusia, 2003), the Iranian Graphic Designers Society Newspaper JAHAT-E-ETELAE (2003), the book Leve Plakaten! for the anniversary of the Poster’s Museum (Arthus-Denmark, 2004), the book All Men Are Brothers (Germany-China, 2006), the magazine Computer Arts (England, 2006), the magazine KNOC (Nagoya-Japan, 2008), the book Marcas & Trademarks de México (Barcelona,2009) y the book Master Pieces (Slovenia, 2009), among others.
She has worked as Art Director for some advertising agencies in Mexico City and at the moment is working as a freelance designer in diverse cultural and social multidisciplinary projects.