The Museum of Modern Art in Santo Domingo presents a solo exhibition of Andres Ramirez Gaviria
The Ministry of Culture, through the Museum of Modern Art, opened the solo exhibition "A line, however brief it consists of an infinite number of points", the artist Andres Ramirez Gaviria, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Ramirez Gaviria has a number of works that explore notions of quantification, calculation, computation or, in more general terms, measurements. It has incorporated an element of surprise in these areas that have traditionally been considered antithetical to the arts, through clever manipulations and playful contradictions.
In defining "One line, however brief it consists of an infinite number of points" and the works that integrate, states that in "Beyond Black", viewers are greeted by a series of glass panels whose surface is covered with a grid that can be seen only at a nanometer scale. The unlikely monocratic intervention in these areas aims to issues related to the design and image perception of technology.
"This work seeks to create doubt in viewers, while seeking acceptance and belief. The reflective surface of the glass is a mirror that returns the gaze of viewers to themselves, when they suddenly given the uncertainty of being recipients of a joke, intuitively looking for something that is imperceptible to the naked eye, "he says.