Current Location:
Building C (DEV) -> 1st Floor (DEV; C)
Location Notes:
DEV; Building C; 1st fl.; Rt. of Plaza Cafe

Aeromante

Artwork
Medium:
Wood, Rubber, and Paint
Date:
circa 2006
Dimensions:
Artworks - Height: 20 in Width: 12 in Depth: 12 in
Description:
Sculpture made of tires. Red and black. Solid mass at the bottom with an arm that extends out and around at the top.
Historical Context:
"I was born in Buenos Aires in 1967. I'm a self-taught artist. I have always worked on art but only started exhibiting my work with the change of millennium, relieved by the breach of Yves Saint Laurent's apocalyptic prophecies. I also co-directed an artists' book editorial house with Dany Barreto called 'Colecci-Arte Brujo'. 'Aeromante' refers to divination (mancy) that is carried out by signs that are weather events and air observation. She was a polymorphic series of works painted tire covers in shades of red." -Juan Batalla