Giulietta Frieda Pastorino Verastegui
Lima - 1997
It is on this page where the other I manages to preserve in the immortality of the internet, fragments of my reality
I am in transition.
My artistic practice goes beyond.
I tend to see when colours talk to each other; specifically the pigments that I have brought from my native country. There is an insuperable longing. A rooted melancholia that drives the need to produce.
We have conversations with each other with their carrier, fabric, which allows us to transfer their energy into different forms.
I am in process
We tend to make a work, and then reuse it to transfer to another volume.
The space surrounding ourselves changes with the artwork, and then the artwork changes with the space.
Sometimes we are irrational.
And sometimes we wait and let time take an important position with us.
We like contrasts; soft and hard, and we like the comfort of our lives merging together
The movements of our hands guide us,
It is deeply personal as we weave stories into place and connect with our dreamlands
How reflection is the key to the world beyond our eyes
– a catharsis
- Education2017 - 2020 BA Leiden University
2016 - 2020 BFA Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK), The Hague - Netherlands
2014 - 2015 International Baccalaureate Programme, Markham College, Lima - Peru
2014 Sculpture Course, Corriente Alterna, Lima - Peru
- ExhibitionsNote to Self
Helena van Doeverenplantsoen 3 2512 ZB, Den Haag, Netherlands, December 2019
Kunstgang - ’Artist Writings’ Course Manifesto Exhibition
Cleveringaplaats 1 2311 BD, Leiden, Netherlands, October 2019
Today I Taste Tomorrow
Helena van Doeverenplantsoen 3 2512 ZB, Den Haag, Netherlands, May 2019
One Nest Stand #29; Mythocracy
De Constant Rebecqueplein 20b 2518 RA, Den Haag, Netherlands, April 2019
Don't Mind the Walls
Prinsessegracht 4, 2514 AN, Den Haag, Netherlands, May 2018
IB Visual Arts Exhibition
Calle Augusto Angulo 291, Miraflores, Lima, Peru, December 2015
- PublicationsArt is Artificial; experience should not be (2019)
with Eva Örk Arnadottir Hafstein, Rosa Zangenberg, and Azem Bekturova