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Guillermo Jones

born: 1977
born in: Buenos Aires
EDUCATION- Specialization on Media and Technologies for the Pictoric Production. Postgraduate course of the National Universitary Intitute of Art (IUNA)- Actualization course on Corporate Image. Postgraduate department of UBA-FADU- Graphic Design Graduate from the University of Buenos Aires, Architecture, Design and... [more]

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posted on 02.28.12

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The text of Chacana says: The increase of consumption, which can be seen as an auspicious figure for the economy, leaving aside the fact that resources are not infinite. That after these conceptualizations there lives. What we value and reward? I hope we can reformulate our structures to achieve generating other realms. Bourdieu says “those who deplore the cynicism that identifies men and women of today must not omit to relate to the socioeconomic conditions that favor and demand …” Respect the land that sustains us, blanket supports the seeds and water make it possible for this great mystery is revealed, respect life. Well, Victor Grippo said “It is the ethical and aesthetic option for all individuals to see how high in the sky vertical expertise in the world can achieve before returning to the earth.”

Allinta llamkay (works well) - Allinta yachay (learn well) - Allinta kuyay (loves well) - Ama sua (not steal) - Ama llulla (no lie) - Ama Quella (not subject)


Chacana is a work of project codes created by the Argentine artist Guillermo Jones. Created in 2012, measuring 100 x 100 cm. Is a: Digital image printed on paper, this accompanied with a magnifying glass Ø 90 mm. A series of 5.

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Project introspection visual artist Guillermo Jones.


The project introspection, produce pictures that refer to psychological factors, through the use of compositions with a cinematic character. The interest is not as Muybridge in motion capture, if not to make visible instances of the inner worlds that affect the actions and inactions, leaving open to our interpretation of their meanings.


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posted on 08.14.11

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Who wins? This is a video that belongs to the project codes. This work is a video loop, since one of the strategies of language television / advertising is to repeat the content to hold them in our memory. In this piece in particular is first a question "Who won?" By then a few seconds of animation is opposed "Everyone loses with the death, about life, others humanity." The visual and sound treatment seeks to create a playful contrast between the harshness and violence that hides itself.


Guillermo Jones, video art, 2011.

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One of the texts of this work says: Jacques Lacan, argues that the language used by others helps to form our image. Visual languages ​​continue to shape us beyond childhood. Cindy Sherman interpreted. Rineke Dijkstra portrays him. Marcos Lopez sensed. Philip-Lorca diCorcia paid for registering.


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(Uno de los textos de esta obra dice: Jacques Lacan, plantea que el lenguaje accionado por los otros ayuda a formar nuestra imagen. Los lenguajes visuales continúan formando al individuo mas allá de la infancia. Cindy Sherman así lo interpretó.  Rineke Dijkstra lo retrata. Marcos López lo intuyó. Philip-Lorca diCorcia pagó por registrarlo.)



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The work “Sstento” takes as its starting point an image generated by Torres Garcia for his manifesto “La escuela del sur”, which was then painted by Garcia Uriburu for his show  Ütopias del sur”. There are also references to the  Manifesto “Antropofagia”, written by the brazilian Oswald de Andrade and work of Victor Grippo.


“Sustento” is a work of Argentine the artist Guillermo Jones, part of the project codes.



(El cuadro “Sustento” toma como punto de partida una imagen generada por Torres Garcia para su manifiesto de la escuela del sur, que después seria pintada por Garcia Uriburu para su muestra Utopía del sur. Tambien hay referencias a el Manifiesto Antropófago, escrito por Oswald de Andrade y a la obra de Victor Grippo.)


 


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