Monday, May 16, 2011

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Gulf Winds Yosi Anaya. In the Garden Gallery

Gulf Winds Yosi Anaya
The Garden Gallery Sculptures of

v From 18 May to 30 June the exhibition will showcase textiles from Dr. Yosi Anaya is constituted by a series of installation with strips of cotton fabric dyed with the technique of wax and starch reserves.

Gulf Winds , installation moves like air, is the textile work of Dr. Yosi Anaya a proposal that is based on series of strips of cloth representing hurricane wind rushing into the horizons of the coasts and plains of the country, this facility will be opened textile after 18 o'clock Wednesday at 6 pm in the Gallery Sculpture Garden in Xalapa Veracruz Institute of Culture. The proposal is accompanied by small fans that cause the sensation of air movement and takes over the gallery, while the viewer can walk among them, feeling the wind.
So in Gulf Winds, Dr. Anaya made a net in his artistic work with the effects of weather, light and movement through the installation of multiple strips of cotton fabric dyed with dye natural rise in the indigo, with technical reserve in wax and starch that are reminiscent of the landscape and the elements of nature. Thus, the creator Yosi Anaya reaffirms the symbolic and empathic ways that the media has had with textiles, but it has worked with some mixed media such as video and photography.
regard to the creator, it is noteworthy that a PhD from the University of London, Goldsmiths College. He has taught courses in textiles, printing, aesthetics, color theory, thesis seminar in the teaching part. Previously she has taught drawing and visual communication at the National School of Architecture, UNAM, visiting professor at Helsinki and Helsingiin Korkeakoulu Taideteollinen Teknilllinen Yliopisto-Otaniemi, Helsinki. In 1999 made an artistic and academic residence in Faculty of Creative Arts, University of Wollongong, Australia . His current concern is both in the field of conducting research and in artistic practice that explores the implications of the relationship of indigenous Mexican textile-makers, with their carriers and how they manifest and how they translate these roles in the culture, see enjoy their rural and urban analysis in relation to contemporary art experiences.
has also participated in numerous solo and group both Mexico and the United States, Europe and Latin America. He is currently general coordinator and author of Conceptual Art VI International Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art Textile World to be held in three cities in Mexico in May 2011, including Xalapa. Besides being a researcher at the Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Veracruz, where he dedicates his ethnographic research on the problems of textiles and contemporary art.
invitation is extended to the whole family, go to the opening on Wednesday 18 at 6pm and Sculpture Garden located in Murillo Vidal s / n. Colonia Cuauhtémoc. CP 91069. Reports to phone 8137753. or /.


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