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(10 – 14 March 2021)

 

Norma Márquez Orozco evokes the unpredictable patterns of nature as well as the impermanence of beliefs and memories. Three-dimensional montages of paper are positioned inside translucent paper boxes or cases that resemble envelopes, providing a playful context, almost like puzzles. Mostly non-representational, her works are open-ended images that explore concepts of time, perception, form and balance mainly through the physical movement of the work itself. The patterns in the artwork are not fixed, allowing movement to create unpredictable compositions.

Márquez Orozco points out that when you look at her works, you see them for the first time, every time, because what creates and completes them always changes, like the light and the forms that merge and interact.

 

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(10 – 14 March 2021)

 

Norma Márquez Orozco evokes the unpredictable patterns of nature as well as the impermanence of beliefs and memories. Three-dimensional montages of paper are positioned inside translucent paper boxes or cases that resemble envelopes, providing a playful context, almost like puzzles. Mostly non-representational, her works are open-ended images that explore concepts of time, perception, form and balance mainly through the physical movement of the work itself. The patterns in the artwork are not fixed, allowing movement to create unpredictable compositions.

Márquez Orozco points out that when you look at her works, you see them for the first time, every time, because what creates and completes them always changes, like the light and the forms that merge and interact.

 

artist's profile