Colourimetry I (B)


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Colourimetry I (B)


1 in stock

The intricacy of this stunning ceramic piece freezes a moment of organic wildness as the ripples and folds cascade over the edge giving into gravity. The ceramic pieces of Colorimetry I express the visual evidence left behind by human manipulation of the environment. In this case, the visual phenomenon of coral bleaching occurs as a result of rising temperatures of the water; the beautiful organisms are consumed by a white death. 


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The unique form of this sculpture offers a refreshing dynamic to the clean edges and corners of a contemporary interior. Perfect for a spacious living room or study, its texture and movement can play beautifully with natural elements of the room such as light and foliage. 

Original artwork, ceramics and Flormorado volumetric frame
  • Size of the work: 25 x 25 x 25 cm / 9.8 x 9.8 x9.8 “
  • Shipping origin: Colombia




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Lucas Gallego and Carolina Borrero | Colombia

The Lucas Gallego and Carolina Borrero collaboration arose from overlapping interests in territorial and sociocultural issues guided by the transformation of natural elements that are treated as silent witnesses of our transit through the territory. From this shared foundation Gallego and Borrero have developed their individual and collective careers, transforming through their collaboration and broadening their creative spectrum from the exchange between their respective disciplines: Lucas as an architect and carpenter, and Carolina as a researcher and deconstructor of plants.

Carolina Borrero Distinctions:

2022 Winner IV Youth Art Salon FUGA
Preselection Phase
2021 Finalist Colsanitas Youth Art Award
Winner Facade Intervention
La Cometa Gallery
2020 Winner Artistic Residencies
In Block: District Call and Artbo – Idartes

Winner Blank Call.
El Dorado Space Gallery

Lucas Gallego Distinctions:

2022 XV National Salon of Young Art at the Santa Fe Gallery
2021 National Program of Incentives, Ministry of Culture. Artworks and Nature.
2021 Facade Intervention, La Cometa Gallery.
2020 Artecámara. ARTBO Fair.
2019 Scholarship from the Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá.
2019 Primavera Cajicá Salon Prize.