Nora Silva
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Artwork

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I manufacture contexts and build sculptural installations as a fiction from where to address political issues. I use aesthetics as a prop for performances to happen within, often using gestures of irony, contradiction or frustration. The sculptures might shape the action and at times the action defines the sculpture. Defining political by its Greek etymology which refers to its collective sense: ‘the process of making uniform decisions applying to all members of a group’, my practice is intimately linked to the social.

 

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The Arms

The Arms

Hear Me Whisk

Hear Me Whisk

Splendour & Mass

Splendour & Mass

Juliet Sings to Romeo

Juliet Sings to Romeo

Dense Dreams

Dense Dreams

A Playground for Homo Ludens

A Playground for Homo Ludens

Platform Desayuno

Platform Desayuno

Limbo

Limbo

Permanent Immigrant

Permanent Immigrant

A Bar for America

A Bar for America

I Choose my Teachers

I Choose my Teachers

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