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Tittle: Get Outlined + Time Space
Authors: LAMAS BURGARIOTTI
Place: Paternal, Buenos Aires
Date. SS 2019/2020
Our first merch collection is divided in two lines "Time-Space" –a selection of Joaquín Burgariotti's drawings– and "Get Outlined" –a remake of selected famous paintings turned into Vicky Lamas's pixel brushes–. We designed t-shirts, fanzines, posters and tote bags. Apparel is currently available at lamasburgariotti.com/shop. Photos by Fer Valente.
Tittle: ARCHITECTURE FOR PLANTS
Curador: Juan García Mosqueda
Place: Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA)
Date. 20th Ago 2019
We were invited for an special edition of Quick Tiny Shows to take a moment to closely observe different outstanding characteristics present in the plant world to later develop an object considering a new domestic relationship between humans and plants. We developed a wet digital fabric for the growth of moss and fungi, making the natural live in digital and vice versa. Photos by Fer Valente.
Tittle: BALAM #6 OPEN CALL
Editor: Luis Juárez
Place: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date. Ago–Nov, 2019
Open call for BALAM Contemporary Photography Magazine Issue. Photographers and projects from all over the world are invited to rethink MESTIZX as it intersects with the mixture of lives present today. Open Call through @picter_com, Call closure November 2, 2019. APPLY NOW: https://contests.picter.com/balam-n6-mestizx
Place: Ciudad Cultural Konex
Date. March 26, 2019
The installation concept consist in the coexistence of the urban and the technological scenes, as layers of our daily life. A come and go from the screen to the city, expressed by a brutalist typographic design and digital images in loop displayed on totem screens.
Tittle: Oro Negro
Curator: Laura Ojeda Bär
Place: Laboratorio Festival. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Date. Ene 22–23, 2019
Oro Negro, an exhibition that was composed with a mix of material and digital pieces. The work compares the passage of states of matter (solid-liquid-gas) with the constant transformation from analog to digital in the current environment that surrounds us. Video: Esteban Blazquez / Photos: Sergio Bosco
Tittle: Key, Washer, Coin
Director: Alan Segal
Place: New York Film Festival
Date. Sep 28 – Oct 14, 2018
The formal and semantic languages of advertisements are dissected in this investigative essay that breaks the marketing model down to its component parts, highlighting the complex capitalist infrastructure that fuels our economic reality.
Tittle: Invisible unquiet bodies, still silent
Artist: Manuela Vilanova
Place: Antwerp, Belgium
Date. Jun 22–23, 2018
Her project consists on a performative installation that digs into the ghosts and imprints from the past, to detect, deconstruct and transcend the stereotypes built from a hostage-like feeling of the female being manipulated in a society where male interests prevail. Her practice includes costume design and installation work, in addition to video, graphics, and sound design, working in collaboration with friends from Europe and South America.
Tittle: Antártico Ártico
Curator: Matías Ercole
Date. Sep 4, 2018
Antártico Ártico an exhibition that presents the contemporary drawing vs drawing of the future. In constant threat to fall apart, drawing as a definition turns against its known forms. It takes other new ones and today it can be everything. But really, what is it? Does it matter? The subjective and individual point of view, happily, has expanded the categories by how we understand things. The practices of artists, in many cases, have become unclassifiable.
Tittle: La Gran Paternal
Curator: Matías Ercole, Laura Ojeda Bär
Category: Exhibition, Identity Design
Place: Paternal. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Date. Sep 22–23, 2018
We are part of La Gran Paternal, an open studio project in the neighborhood of La Paternal. Each atelier, each house, each project collaborates in a direct approach with the public to meet and talk with the artists about their production and work. The event took place during a weekend, those days our studio was opened to show and share processes of work. Photos: Fer Valente 2018.
Tittle: Everything is going to be fine
Curator: Thomas Patier
Category: Foldable Poster –Identity Design
Place: Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, New York
Date. Apr 8 — May 27, 2018
Foldable poster design created with a Magic Etch A. Sketch, working about the relation between technology and emotions. The exhibition centers on works of art representing our relationships with the myriad electronic objects surrounding us today. Installation view from "Everything is going to be fine", Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, April 8 — May 27, 2018. Master’s thesis exhibition curated by Thomas Patier. Photo: Chris Kendall 2018.
Tittle: Balam #5 Metamorfosis
Editor: Luis Juarez
Category: Magazine –Editorial Design
Place: FoLA, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date. Release Apr 13, 2018
Balam is a contemporary photography magazine that shows series from emerging and established artists from Latin America and the rest of the world. A space dedicated to contemporary image based in Buenos Aires that focuses on the diffusion of artists who seek to express and show their work frontier free. Balam's goal is to give an in-depth look at the evolution and consequences of this contemporary manifestation, as well as to explore and examine the multiple forms of photography. [Format: 21 x 28cm, 200 pages, Stitched binding] Available at http://revistabalam.com/
Artist: Matias Duville
Category: Website design
Date. Jan 2017
Website design for Matías Duville, visual artist from Mar del Plata. He works with objects, videos and installations, although his production has mainly grown out of drawing. His works evoke scenes of desolation with rarified, timeless atmospheres like those that precede a natural disaster: hurricanes, tsunamis or situations of abandonment in the forest that act as a dreamlike vision of a wandering explorer, like a mental landscape. http://www.matiasduville.com/
Tittle: Arqueologías del Futuro IV
Director: Alina Folini
Category: Identity Design
Date. Aug 27 – Sep 8, 2017
Arqueologías del Futuro is an International Festival of Contemporary Dance, Performance and Knowledge. The curatorship of this fourth edition begins with the concept of disobedient bodies, to open up in multiple directions: the importance of feminine identities and their affective-creative networks as world proposals; the lack of cultural public politics for the care of our spaces, which defines the discourses of our creations based on the precarious conditions of production. More info: http://arqueologiasdelfuturo.com/
Tittle: In My Eyes
Category: Fanzine, Editorial Design
Place: Salón Pueyrredon, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Date. Sep 6, 2018
IN MY EYES was published by Walden Editora. The fanzine is absolutely unpublished and includes a recent interview with Ian Mackaye by Jim Saah, photographs of the Washington DC punk scene, as well as quotes from Henry Rollins (SOA / Black Flag), Brian Baker (Minor Threat / Dag Nasty / Bad Religion) among others. It was released on September 6 at Salón Pueyrredon –Buenos Aires, with the screening of the documentary Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC directed by Scott Crawford.
Tittle: The Impenetrable Forest
Editor: TRImarchi Collective
Category: Foldable Poster, Identity Design
Place: Somerset House, London, UK
Date. Sep 4–23, 2018
The TRImarchi design collective has been selected by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to curate Argentina’s Pavilion at one of the most prestigious events on the international calendar: from the 4th to 23rd of September, craftsmanship, immaterial heritage and contemporary design was converged at the London Design Biennale 2018 in Somerset House. TRImarchi opens
“THE IMPENETRABLE FOREST” responding to the theme ‘Emotional States’, a subject chosen to provoke a broad interpretation across design disciplines, with immersive and engaging installations that interrogate how design influences our lives, emotions and experiences.