CUT N’ MIX explores the work of artists experimenting with collage techniques in ways that expand the gestures of cut paper and mixing various mediums together, often in unexpected ways. The exhibitions explores the concept of mixing music as a metaphor for collage and related artistic processes.
The idea of making a remix, a kind of sound collage in which part of a song is repeated or used in a new way becomes a metaphor for the use and repetition of part of an image in a work of art. Artists included in the exhibition range from established artists who are veterans of collage to new generations experimenting with this malleable medium.
Artists included: Elia Alba, Jesse Amado, Blanka Amezkua, Javier Barrera, Mario Berrio, Cecilia Biagini, Michael Paul Britto, José Camacho, Karlos Carcamo, Nat Castañeda, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, Matias Cuevas, Rafael Ferrer, Roger Gaitan, Carolina Gomez, Javier Ramirez/NADIE, Carlos Gutierrez Solana, Hector Madera, Glendalys Medina, Alex Nuñez, Catalina Parra, Carlos Rigau, Hernan Rivera Luque, Linda Vallejo, Rafael Vega and Eduardo Velázques
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