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Interview with Genesis Gonzalez

Interviews | December 27, 2016 |

Interview with Genesis GonzalesImage courtesy of Genesis Gonzales, Single #1

Interview with Genesis Gonzalez

Luca Curci talks with artist Genesis Gonzalez during the event FUTURE LANDSCAPES of BORDERS festival in Venice on October 2016.

Genesis Gonzalez was born in CaracasVenezuela and currently living and working in Miami, USA as an artist, mass media producer and photographer. Graduated from Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Caracas, Venezuela in 2012 with a degree in Mass Media Production, and graduated from Miami InternationalUniversity of Art.

 

Luca Curci – Please tell me about your art/the artwork shown during our event.

Genesis Gonzalez – In this event I participated with 3 pieces. Collection #3, Single #1 and Magenta. These are pieces that for me works perfectly with the concept of FUTURE LANDSCAPES. They are full of movement, color, magic and mistery.

 

 Interview with Genesis GonzalesImage courtesy of Genesis Gonzales, from Collection  #2

 

L. C. – What about your artistic research?

G. G. – As an artist I have been inspired by the abstract world, the movement and the colors. My goal is to continue working with designers so I can create art for private and public spaces.

L. C. – What’s the art tip you usually receive? Do visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?

G. G. – Normally they want to see the video installations too.

 

Interview with Genesis GonzalesImage courtesy of Genesis Gonzales, from Collection  #2

 

L. C. – Are you satisfied of this experience?

G. G. – Yes, I think is an amazing opportunity to connect with everybody.

L. C. – What is your artist direction? Are you interested in new media and new practices?

G. G. – Yes, I want to continue working in this project but I want to work a little bit more inside of the studio instead of the streets and I want to produce more videos.

 

Interview with Genesis GonzalesImage courtesy of Genesis Gonzales, from Collection  #2

 

L. C. – What is your idea about It’s Liquid Group?

G. G. – I think is amazing to bring closer and together contemporary art, architecture and design. As an artist I believe that making art part of every little space in our life is an awesome way to make it better and find beauty and inspiration in every little thing that surround us.

L. C. – What do you think about the curatorial project?

G. G. – Super interesting to see the diferents approaching from different artist talking about the same concept

 

Interview with Genesis GonzalesImage courtesy of Genesis Gonzales, Single #3, Magenta

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