Sol Aramendi (Argentina)

October 27, 2012 § Leave a comment

The Banquet. Courtesy of the Artist & Praxis International. C-print: 20 in x 30 in, 50.8 cm x 76.2 cm, 2012.  Lina’s Botanical Garden. Courtesy of the Artist & Praxis InternationalC-print: 20 in x 30 in, 50.8 cm x 76.2 cm, 2012. 

 I choose to look through the lens in order to see. The language of photography helps me understand how I position myself in the world, where I have come from and where I might go next. In my pictures I am exploring psychological impressions of my life of “Being Solo” in New York. I create these portrait scenes that translate the processes and obsessions I go trough my life here with the uncertain hope of bringing some light of understanding to myself. I collaborate with artist friends. The resulting images reveal my vision of the life inside the artwork of women artists, both revealing the now. Lina Puerta exposing our lack of nature in the city creating her secret garden, and Maria Berrio living in a banquet of flowers, fruits and butterflies. 

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