Venezuelan Masters


Vibracion S8 Azul (Virtual Series)

10.6 x 10.6 x 2.8 in
Edition of 7
Certified by the artist

Gisseline Amiuny
A set of three-dimensional works that combine the kinetic and optical art with technological advances, make up the solo exhibition "Reflections, Space and Light", the Venezuelan artist Gisseline Amiuny.

After studying architecture and works of art, jewelry, design and decoration, Gisseline Amiuny in this exhibition shows a selection of bright pieces made in acrylic and mixed digital laser technique, framed in contemporary art, transit in the areas of constructivist art , geometric, kinetic and optical.

His pieces, in the words of the curator Katherine Chacon, "emphasize the playful, and are charming, just because they catch the eye of the beholder, which remains prey on games establishing virtual volumes, straight and curved lines, geometric shapes , shadows and, above all, light, dominant element of the work of this artist. "

Using technology used Amiuny swap instruments that allow the play of light sequentially, and all his work is done with tools and equipment that ensure the accuracy of the lines and spaces equity, says Chacon.

"These pieces also translated the playful spirit of the artist, offering their work to and for the benefit of those who, delighted, contemplates, as an antidote to the tedium and perhaps a means to enhance the imagination."

Born in Caracas, Gisseline Amiuny has exhibited his work in galleries in Caracas, Bogota (Colombia) and Miami (United States, International Art Fair, artBO2012, and Comparaisons 2012, Art en Capital, Grand Palais, Paris, among others.

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