À propos du livre
"In The Rough: A Tour of Geometric Ecology" is a book about an art installation developed in Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve golf course, platform for Fits_art Foundation and Museum in its Golf Triennial event. This art installation suggests the roughness of extinction as part of the evolution and survival of species. These slowly fading geometrical installations are reminders of the fragile natural habitats on which sea turtles and many other species depend upon.
Evolution is a tough race. This project hopes to connect these fading species of turtles with those of us who are more agile to adapt.
Caractéristiques et détails
- Catégorie principale: Beaux-arts
- Catégories supplémentaires Nature/Vie sauvage, Inspiration
Format choisi: Grand carré, 30×30 cm
# de pages: 58
- Couverture rigide imprimée: 9798210558572
- Date de publication: août 07, 2022
- Langue English
- Mots-clés installation, painting, photography, art, Contemporary
Aisen was born in Madrid and spent most of her life in Caracas, Venezuela. She has also lived in Asia, Mexico and Argentina, and currently she lives in Houston. Aisen has been immersed in the art world since her early years coming from a family of prominent Venezuelan artists. Besides her being gifted with innate talent and energy that reflects in her art work, she studied architecture, design and art. Her artistic studies began in Latin America and were completed in Boston at the New England School of Art & Design. Aisen has participated in a number of individual and collective shows in Houston, Miami, Chicago and Caracas. Selected pieces of her work are part of important international collections.