I found the following definition:
“Art is, above everything, intellectual order, its action consists in printing on material an idea, that art piece has been formulated, settled and prepared, growth and mature in a reason before coming physical, this is why it keeps the artist’s color and “flavor”. This is the reason for which an art piece is absolutely spiritual, for being a sensitive and intelligible object.”
Definition in geometrical language (After lots of Aisemberg and metaphysic painting); had its beginnings in Tomas Maldonado’s writings (PreUlmianos), especially after the approach to Alejandro Puente and Gyula Kosice’s ateliers. This questioning got even deeper in the avant-gards philosophy, the modern Russian and European utopias with thinkers like The Lissitzky y Malevitch, De Stijl y Bauhaus(Albers,Moholy Nagy etc). This proximity with the “avant-grads” like pictorial operation, though without direct appropriations, is next to the “Relational Aesthetic” and is what moves me away from Op and minimalism. I aim at the rationalist non-illusionary conception of concrete “Materialistic” base of a work, crossing science the fiction aesthetic or “technology mirages", although we are all submerged in the digital potentiality, it is possible for us to see the failure of science technology integration like the “utopia liberation” of the mankind, where the relativist conceptual crisis, perversity, marketing and infantilism destroy the most important thing of the Art… (this without pretensions)
In the formal aspect, my repeated interest in the dimension projection is clearly seen. Dichotomies that get together in different perspectives: concrete - virtual, volume - flat. Always surrounded by real space (room), light and real surface.
I was born in 1975, in Quilmes (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and I live in Buenos Aires.
Ciudad Bank Award, National Museum of Fine Arts (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2002.
Palermo University Award, National Museum of Fine Arts (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2003.
20 x 20, Praxis gallery.
Iberoamerican Pageant, National Museum of Fine Arts (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2004.
90°, Borges Cultural Center (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2004.
Abstract Art Today [Arte Abstracto Hoy], Spanish CulturaL Center IN Buenos Aires –CCEBA- 2005.
Barbarian [Bárbaros], National Art Fund (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2006.
Madí Project: 0660 [Proyecto Madí: 0660], Federico Jorge Klemm Foundation 2006.
Duchamp in Buenos Aires [Duchamp en Buenos Aires], National Art Fund (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2007.
Paintings, solo show [Pinturas (individual)] FEL 08.
By appointment (Young Area) ArteBA 08.
UBIKX [UBIKX] (2006/07)
Multi dispositional volumetric painting (the continuous painting in all the volume and the design is created to be located in different positions) private collection
VTX (TRILOGY) [VTX (TRILOGÍA)] (2006)
Multi dispositional / volumetric painting (the work is designed and painted to be located in different positions). Exposed in MADÌ 0660
STX tele transporter[STX teletransportador] (2006)
Intervention in Open Studio [Estudio Abierto](Central Mail)
Painting on volume, presented/displayed in Barbarian [Bárbaros], National Art Fund (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 2006 (curated by R.Cippolini)
Pictorial Intervention in Open Studio [Estudio Abierto]
Marcelo Gutman, Carla Bertone
Infinity [Infinito] (2004)
Octagon, frame painting on trimmed fabric. Exhibited in “90°” Borges Cultural Center (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and OSDE Award 2004.
Virtual 90° [ 90° Virtual] (2002)
Painting of trimmed frame on fabric, Exhibited in the Lozza Prize 02, Palermo University Prize National Museum of Fine Arts '03 and in “90°, Borges Cultural Center (Buenos Aires, Argentina) '04.