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Greenscreen_Volcano (Cuernavaca), 2011, giber-glass & resin, 6 x 5 feet.

Greenscreen_Volcano (Cuernavaca) is a free standing outdoor sculpture slightly flexible and impermeable to the weather. It is the third in a series of three dimensional paintings made out of 12 x 12 foot gesso-primed canvas circles that stand upright on their inner folds, baring their own weight. This is a translucent resin and fiberglass cast of one of these paintings.

This sculpture was built with the participation of university students from the Centro Morelense de las Artes (CEMA), Cuernavaca, Mexico: Sandra Castillo, Alejandro Equihua, Lulú Herrera, Paola Mesa, Jorge Román; with the special assistance of Angel Rodríguez, and the supervision of Alejandro Cortés.


POSTAL espiritualidades atávicas ULTIMOS CAMBIOS

ESPIRITUALIDADES ATÁVICAS curated by Sarina Basta, Museo Jardín Borda, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 2011.

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aurora La Jornada 2011

“Presentan en el Borda exposición colectiva Espiritualidades atávicas” by Jorge Sifuentes Cañas, La Jornada de Morelos, Cuernavaca, Mexico, October 28th, 2011.