- Evangelina Aybar
- Ernesto Ballesteros
- Mercedes Cosci Roldan
- Marcelo Galindo
- Bruno Gruppalli
- Luciana Lamothe
- Jimena Lascano
- Daniela Luna
- Fabio Risso
- Andrés Sobrino
I was born on June 15, 1976. I lived my first 12 years in Remedios de Escalada at a house with a savior garden. At the age of 12 I was brought to live in Mar del Plata where I did my high school. At 17 I started working to get money. At age 18 I travel for 6 months. I decided to study art. I completed 4 years at the Martin Malharro School of Arts. I graduated as a teacher. I met people who I love and admire up to today.
In 2000 I participated of the Analysis scholarship given by Trama. I fell in love. I stayed in Buenos Aires. I'm still working on some none artistic activities that provide me of a base salary. More and more I exhibit my work. My relationship with art is inevitable since I can remember. I always felt it like a way of seeing and going through the world. With this momentum I do my work.
Amberpassage (Año: 2006)
All materials on this installation were arranged to form a sunset landscape in the frame of a mirror. The room illumination was given by a white light lamp and a yellow ball-flashing lamp. At the exit of the room there was a kiosk, "I was in Amber", where you could buy ornaments, pictures, shirts and pins of Amber.
Technique: sugar, car oil, red cabbage, coal, oil, glass, flashing lamp, ball lamp on floor.
Amethyst detail (2008)
Technique: amethyst stone, fuchsia feather, cotton, silver band on ironing board.
Violet Flame (2008)
These objects are a story themselves and at the same time transform the space around them. Technique: field of broken mirrors and prisms on the ground.
Guardian Angel (2008)
These objects are a story themselves and at the same time transform the space around them. Technique: wire structure feathers on paper, tape and vinyl glue.
Golden Hour / Rock (2007)
Remains of the exhibition in fuchsia satin sac compressed and wrapped in duct.
Golden Hour / The weight of light (2007)
Remains of the Golden Hour exhibition in fuchsia satin sac.
Walk - About Love (2005)
Paseo is the work that most represents me because it's the last I made. I identify with it; it was made by a Juliana who resembles who I am today. It was made for a group showing. I was asked to think about love. I found difficulties in the subject. I understand that love is always present in the construction of my work, but I had never put the focus only on that. I found nothing clear and linear, how to define love? I accepted that so far the alphabet is not my friend when describing things that I feel, then I thought of making a love situation: I'm going to invent a place to go for a walk!, A landscape where the things I don’t understand by words but exist in me, may dissolve in an infinite walk! I enjoy appreciating the beauty of things beyond their use, for example expanding the range of utilities of a teapot’s supporter.
Materials: soil, wadding, teapot supporter, a blue-framed mirror, a gold-framed mirror, three flowers that I found.
Golden Hour resulted into a strange landscape.
During the twenty days that the exhibition lasted I was transforming the place. I could list seven chapters:
Each one of them names the actions that changed the landscape. All my attention was put into translating some of the pristine atmosphere of a winter evening and the states it may generate.
Materials: Satin, metallic paper, transparent packing tape, opaque paper, trees, chalk, contacts, stack lights, golden squares, three trees done in ink on paper, about 1, 70 x 1 m each .
These drawings of trees are the result of the image that lays in my memory about them, since I first saw them in the street along the way to my workplace. It is an extensive array of trees in the city at different times of the year.