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Carlos Amorales

Sexta Nota Excelsior

Newspaper Print
21 × 17 in
53.3 × 43.2 cm
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New York
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Carlos Amorales
Mexican, b. 1970
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Carlos Amorales’ visual vocabulary—seen in his installations, animations, drawings, sculptures, and paintings—stems from his “Liquid Archive,” a digital collection of black-silhouetted images extracted from observations of nature and urban scenes. Major symbols recurring throughout the archive include spider webs, birds, skulls, leafy branches, and pregnant women. Amorales positions himself as a mediator between these images and their manifestation in works of art, filtering and combining them to produce unpredictable, and at times unsettling, juxtapositions.

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Carlos Amorales
Mexican, b. 1970
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Carlos Amorales’ visual vocabulary—seen in his installations, animations, drawings, sculptures, and paintings—stems from his “Liquid Archive,” a digital collection of black-silhouetted images extracted from observations of nature and urban scenes. Major symbols recurring throughout the archive include spider webs, birds, skulls, leafy branches, and pregnant women. Amorales positions himself as a mediator between these images and their manifestation in works of art, filtering and combining them to produce unpredictable, and at times unsettling, juxtapositions.

Carlos Amorales

Sexta Nota Excelsior

Newspaper Print
21 × 17 in
53.3 × 43.2 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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