Julieta Gil

Nuestra Victoria II

2019 - 2020


Impresión digital sobre papel algodón, montada sobre sintra 6mm y marco de haya alemana / Digital print on cotton paper, mounted on 6mm sintra and German beech frame

50 x 75 cm / 19.5 x 29.5 in

Fotos: cortesía de la artista



Julieta Gil

Yeso y pigmentos / Plaster and pigments

40 x 44 x 1 cm / 16 x 17 x 0.5 in

Julieta Gil creates work from an in-depth analysis of how power structures materialize as symbols that occupy public space. Experimenting with digital and analog media, her process originates from routine walks and participation in public protests around her native Mexico City, thoroughly documenting public architecture, monuments and statues. Gil’s record-keeping system consists of photogrammetric scanning procedures that are traditionally used to create 3D models as simulations of physical objects. Gil devises methodologies that register and catalog her bodily interaction with these, reconfigures and materializes them in ways that put the very idea of the archive into question. Gil’s practice spans installation, sculpture, 3D renderings and time-based media, and incorporates themes of feminism, fiction, memory, and technology with a focus on confronting hegemonic and exclusionary narratives.

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