Reality as Suspicion
When our allegoric resources having to do with individualsociety harmonization seemed to be exhausted, in the nineties women artistic production began to develop an entire process of renovation of the topic within plastic arts, with emphasis in those representational approaches having to do with notions of identity and commitment, interpersonal dialogue and gender equity, and paradoxical connections between reality and the subconscious.
Reflecting on the subject from the subject itself, starting from expectations and states of annoyance, facilitating free access to a scarcely approached testimonial source as that coming from the familiar domestic scene and establishing new motives of analogy between public and private behaviors, have been some of the essential contributions to this phenomenon. They have been consolidating with the incorporation of new generations formed at the San Alejandro Academy and the Higher Art Institute, and have reached such a transcendence that it would not be exaggerated to say that the machinery of conceptual art in Cuba is today being collated by women artists.
Estados, from Estados series, 2012
Photography / Digital print on PVC, digital print of book covers 19½ x 96 x 6 inches
A nivel, 2011
Installation / Digital print and laser levels Variable dimensions (print: 27 x 47 inches)
Courtesy the artist