Luciana Lamothe

Apr 2013 to Jun 2013
1975 Mercedes, Argentina

Luciana Lamothe was selected for a residency of three months in the lock-keeper’s house.

Her work extends into sculpture, assemblage and installation, joins the aesthetics of vandalism to the legacy of conceptual artistic practice. Her work interrogates the dialectical relationships between construction and destruction, the social and the anti-social, and – possibly unintentionally – the revolutionary and the merely destructive. Lamothe’s spaces and their constitutent element used to construct them, also reveal a concern for materialism. She considers her visual art, and subsequent gateways, to be an attack of the excesses of consumerism and materialism in modern Argentinian society.

Luciana Lamothe was invited for the following solo exhibitions: Crache!, Alberta Pane Gallery, Paris, 2012; Funcion, Ruth Benzacar Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2011; Criminal, Ruth Benzacar Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2008; TESTA, Ruth Benzacar Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2006; Autor Material, Alberto Sendros Gallery, Buenos Aires, 2005. Her work was also shown in the following group exhibitions: Ultimas Tendencias II, MAMBA Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, 2012; Demasiada Materia, Arroniz Gallery, Mexico, 2012; Une terrible beauté est née, 11° Lyon Biennial, Lyon, 2011; Fluiten in het donker, De Appel, Amsterdam, 2011; Oscar Cruz Gallery, Sao Paolo, 2010; How to draw a Cathedral, Max Protectch Gallery, New York, 2009.