EMMA JATZIRI
 

This young contemporary Mexican artist explores the creation of three-dimensional pieces, where elements of drawing are perceived in sculptures.

 

EMMA JATZIRI
 

This young contemporary Mexican artist explores the creation of three-dimensional pieces, where elements of drawing are perceived in sculptures.

 

EMMA JATZIRI

Emma Jatziri (1991) is a young contemporary Mexican artist with a Fine Arts Bachelor’s degree from UABC Faculty of Arts, Ensenada. She is a beneficiary of programs such as FONCA’s Young Creators and PECDA. She has received several awards, including the XXI Biennial of Baja California (2017). Collectively, the award “Arte Abierto para todos” (2019), I Biennial of Cultural Diffusion Biodiversity of Mexico (2019), Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven (2018 and 2019), Salón ACME (2018) and UNAM Biennial (2016).

Emma Jatziri explores the creation of three-dimensional work in which it is possible to perceive elements of the drawing in her sculptures. The wire mesh is the technical solution with which she investigates the plastic and visual capacity of the material, and its construction possibilities.

Her work goes through the filter of personal experience, she does it not by mimetic transcriptions, but from the interpretation of a landscape that she rediscovers, claiming the peculiarities of her environment and of her cultural roots.

Emma Jatziri lives and works in Ensenada, Baja California.

https://emmajatziri.blogspot.com/

@emmajatziri

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This video is part of ARCHIVO ABIERTO, a project by Atelier Romo and Arte Abierto.

Enter here if you prefer to watch the video directly on our YouTube channel.


CREDITS

VIDEO EDITOR > Saulo Corona

MUSIC > Máximo Hollander — ‘Singularity’ Jonny Easton (cc)

PRODUCTION DESIGN > Sebastián Romo

EMMA JATZIRI

Emma Jatziri (1991) is a young contemporary Mexican artist with a Fine Arts Bachelor’s degree from UABC Faculty of Arts, Ensenada. She is a beneficiary of programs such as FONCA’s Young Creators and PECDA. She has received several awards, including the XXI Biennial of Baja California (2017). Collectively, the award “Arte Abierto para todos” (2019), I Biennial of Cultural Diffusion Biodiversity of Mexico (2019), Encuentro Nacional de Arte Joven (2018 and 2019), Salón ACME (2018) and UNAM Biennial (2016).

Emma Jatziri explores the creation of three-dimensional work in which it is possible to perceive elements of the drawing in her sculptures. The wire mesh is the technical solution with which she investigates the plastic and visual capacity of the material, and its construction possibilities.

Her work goes through the filter of personal experience, she does it not by mimetic transcriptions, but from the interpretation of a landscape that she rediscovers, claiming the peculiarities of her environment and of her cultural roots.

Emma Jatziri lives and works in Ensenada, Baja California.

https://emmajatziri.blogspot.com/

@emmajatziri

::::::::::::::::::::

This video is part of ARCHIVO ABIERTO, a project by Atelier Romo and Arte Abierto.

Enter here if you prefer to watch the video directly on our YouTube channel.


CREDITS

VIDEO EDITOR > Saulo Corona

MUSIC > Máximo Hollander — ‘Singularity’ Jonny Easton (cc)

PRODUCTION DESIGN > Sebastián Romo