an ongoing multimedia installation project with German artist Andrea Sunder-Plassmann investigating the ephemeral and random nature of beauty as well as its culturally-bound notions. Browsing Beauty capitalizes on the dialogues and unsuspected relationships that emerge when formal and unfamiliar conceptions of beauty are juxtaposed in time and space. Each exhibition is unique, with a specific sub-theme for each new venue and cultural context. Here’s a taste of the project; for more check out the site for browsingbeauty.
documentation/performance excerpt from the Centro de Desarollo de Artes Visuales Plaza Vieja, Havana (2014):
documentation excerpt from the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Canada (2010):