Maria presented an installation consisting of threads that run separate and parallel between
trees were within them letters formed by geometric figures made of cardboard
are unfolding and spelling the word ‘gardens’. Through this piece, the artist
explores language when letters become objects in a musical composition between
the lines of a stave. Breaking the word in its individual letters the same way
light waves consist of individual particles she tries to describe the intrinsic
nature within things to consist of organic or inorganic systems.
Maria Celina is a Venezuelan-Spanish artist and poet based in London
with a Master in Fine Arts. Her practice explores the
integration of geometry in language; more specifically in the design of fonts
and body movements .
She moves within the fields of concrete poetry, neo concrete and abstract art
working between images, animations, installations and performances.