MIRRORS BY MOZA | Curated by Anne Huntington | September 23 – November 10The Art Dossier on September 20, 2011 with 0 Comments
MIRRORS BY MOZA | Curated by Anne Huntington | September 23 – November 10 | 809 Washington Street, New York
Reception: September 22, 2011 6 – 9pm | RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
MIRRORS BY MOZA is a solo exhibition by the contemporary Mexican artist, Moza Saracho, curated by Anne Huntington at 809 Washington Street at the corner of Gansevoort Street in New York City, supported by The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, September 22, 2011 from 6 to 9pm.
MIRRORS BY MOZA is our introduction into Saracho’s way of seeing the world through large-scale mirrored sculptures presented in five parts reflecting on truth, destiny, vanity, existence and moments. Each part brings forth a unique experience defined by exploring the interpretation and meaning of the visible and invisible.
The five parts – Truth, Destiny, Vanity, Existence, and Moment – suggest reflections of us as we gaze and observe our inner and outer selves. Each blur and fuse reality and fantasy into an intertwined and indistinguishable being. MIRRORS connects us through portals of perception, recognition, identity, reality and imagination, bringing us to our authentic selves, our essential double and propels us through vision expanding the imagination into reality.
MIRRORS BY MOZA is our introduction into Moza Saracho’s way of seeing the world. For Moza, art defines her identity in what she does and who she is, always reflecting and questioning herself and her surroundings. MIRRORS is our invitation to touch and experience the visible and invisible, where reality fuses into fantasy and vice versa. This is a collection of Truths, Destinies, Vanities, Existences and Moments. MIRRORS delves into timeless issues that we face and presents us with forms that function to create dynamic dialogues on issues surrounding and imbued in ourselves and in our culture. It is an honor to work with Moza and introduce her way of seeing the world to you.
You can read all about Huntington’s trip to Mexico City to prepare for the show in our Diary of a Curator here.