Artists: Georgia Sagri, Andrew Roberts, Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo), Carlos Andres Olivo, Karla Kaplun, Frieda Toranzo Jaeger, Samuel Guerrero, Cudelice Brazelton
Venue: Lodos, Mexico City
Exhibition Title: Cuerpos
Date: September 5 – 30, 2020
Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.
Carlos Andres Olivo, [Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo)], Our Existence, My Heaven’s Dream, Broken Angel Hearts. (Poems by Carlos Andres Olivo) (Recited by Francisco Cordero-Oceguera in Lodos Gallery for Cuerpos)(Carlos Andres Olivo) (RIP) (My Father), 2020, Digital Video on monitor, Print out of poems, 8 min
Andrew Roberts, Towards Electromateriality, 2018, 4K video, digital and 3D animation, color, sound 8:55 min (excerpt)
Images courtesy of Lodos, Mexico City
Lodos is pleased to present Cuerpos, an exhibition that proposes artworks of bodies as archives and sources of politics, dissidence, identity and document.
The works in the exhibition emphasize bodies that resist and adapt.
These bodies are subjects and producers of knowledge. They stand at the core of the political order overcoming, in some instances, unwarranted clandestine dispositions, and occupying markers of status and dissent. The bodies’ presence provides information on places, movements, actions and languages. The bodies as documents contemplate possibilities within impositions.
The bodies within the works are annotations of struggles.
Bodies are memories.
Bodies are modified, constructed, sculpted.
Bodies need nurture.
Bodies are transitory, momentary.
Bodies are actions. Bodies are speech.
Cudelice Brazelton (b. 1991, Texas, US) lives and works in Frankfurt am Main.
Samuel Guerrero (b. 1997, Mexico City, MX) lives and works in Mexico City.
Frieda Toranzo Jaeger (b.1988, Mexico City MX) lives and works in Mexico City.
Karla Kaplun (b. 1993, Querétaro, MX) lives and works in Mexico City.
Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo) (b.1989, Texas, US) lives and works in New York City.
Andrew Roberts (b. 1995, Tijuana, MX) lives and works in Tijuana.
Georgia Sagri (b. 1979, Athens, GR) lives and works in Athens.
Link: “Cuerpos” at Lodos