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LABUENAYLAMALA

Argentina

Raquel G, aka Labuenaylamala is a multidisciplinary artist with a personal language defined by her interest in movement and perception of space. Her work of geometric abstraction, is more representative in her kinetic sculptures that are still evolving for the past 14 years.
An experimental sculpture, very light. A controlled chaos of shapes and color, showing infinite possibilities to navigate within them.

In her recent participations, the intervention of industrial chimney of Fabrica de Creación La Escocesa, as performed at Punta Delgada in Public Art Festival Walk & Talk in Azores stands out.



Labuenaylamala at glogauair.net:
OPEN STUDIOS September 2015
DISTANCE // Showcase Project
LA ESCOCESA + GLOGAUAIR 2015 // International Interchange Program

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In collaboration with


Labuenaylamala: NUMOON

NUMOON
Mobile sculpture. Mixed media. 50 x 35 x 25 cm

Labuenaylamala: Intervention in Stalownik abandoned hospital

Intervention in Stalownik abandoned hospital
Bielsko Biala, Poland


Labuenaylamala: Dandelion

Dandelion
Mural 23 x 6 m. Bielsko Biala, Poland

Labuenaylamala: PARAISO PERDIDO

PARAISO PERDIDO
Mobile sculpture. Metal. 150 x 110 x 65 cm



Vita

Education and Work

I live and work in Barcelona.

I started making kinetic sculpture in 2002. Abstract by nature, with a clear interest in the movement and composition of forms in space, volume is very important in my work. My aim is to find balance in everything, I combine study work with urban art interventions, where I started 7 years ago.
Along with the variety of materials used, architecture, urban landscapes and street textures are a source of inspiration. With my work I express myself and try interpret in my own way how I see my inner world.

The latest works continue in the search and mixing of sculpture with painting in murals and 3D-dimensional installations creating visual effects by their own projection or point of view, using video and projection as a tool to elevate the work itself, unfolding it and using it as one's own mirror where look inside and evolve, transform in an infinite way.