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Gamaliel Rodriguez

artist  |  Gamaliel Rodriguez

OMAHA

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In his artistic practice, Gamaliel Rodriguez explores the aesthetic and the visual quality created by drawing with Ballpoint pen and more recently, Felt tip pen to present a style that conceive a reference between old illustrations and printmaking. Rather influenced by the rhetoric of images introduced by Roland Barthes, Gamaliel’s work deals with the study of the image itself. His personal interest develops around the use of drawing with historical ... Read more
In his artistic practice, Gamaliel Rodriguez explores the aesthetic and the visual quality created by drawing with Ballpoint pen and more recently, Felt tip pen to present a style that conceive a reference between old illustrations and printmaking.

Rather influenced by the rhetoric of images introduced by Roland Barthes, Gamaliel’s work deals with the study of the image itself. His personal interest develops around the use of drawing with historical background and its re-interpretation or analysis, as he strongly believes that the notion of expression resides in the ability to re-interpret the images in a process that involves the creation of a new message.

Gamaliel’s work evolves around the idea of producing a state of nostalgia and obscurity within the work. His aim is to achieve a clear image of the “situation” while also giving out a mis - information of what is actually happening in the picture. His principle could thus be considered as a mental delay between the image and its representation, a “rational gap” between what you observe and the “message” that it could produce. Read less
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