Martina Quesada (b. Buenos Aires, ARG 1987) currently based in Paris.
Her practices explores the construction of meaning within society through historical perspectives. Often questioning our ways of seeing and remembering as to go beyond social dogma, and that which seems certain and unchanging.
Many of her works consist in the use of simple geometrical systems to explore the intersections between the visible and invisible, as well as the transition areas where transformation is triggered. Researching on how to disarticulate functional viewpoints in order to generate new ways of perceiving.
In recent projects, she has been working with sculpture, installation and video as to evoke personal introspection through the use of external references of nature and ancient sacred symbology.Part of Quesada’s investigation consists in the analysis of the impact of religious and sacred imagery on contemporary social dynamics. And how representation and information are conveyed and interiorized over time.
Her works are included in private and institutional collections such as MACBA and MALI museum.
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