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Natalia Triviño

artist  |  Natalia Triviño

Rome

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Natalia Triviño is a visual artist based in Rome. The idea of power and control has always been present in Natalia's work. She started developing the idea of Ex cathedra, which comes from the Latin phrase Ex-cathedra, literally meaning 'from the chair'. The chair referred metaphorically to an infallible, irrefutable position of authority, allowing no space for questioning. Now she started to hold the chair with physical strings, representing invisible ... Read more
Natalia Triviño is a visual artist based in Rome.

The idea of power and control has always been present in Natalia's work. She started developing the idea of Ex cathedra, which comes from the Latin phrase Ex-cathedra, literally meaning 'from the chair'. The chair referred metaphorically to an infallible, irrefutable position of authority, allowing no space for questioning.

Now she started to hold the chair with physical strings, representing invisible and incomprehensible forces present in our known universe. Across the canvas, her strings seem to escape from the dimensions that our eyes and mind comprehend, playing with elements of the model of theoretical physics - the String Theory, and offering the possibility to explore multiple dimensions.

In this sense gravity, as a force, threatens to extinguish the world that Natalia has created in her paintings, but strings seem to hold together spaces preventing them from collapse. Strings reflect the invisible social structures that have been created through the history of mankind to which we all want to belong and hang on to, evidencing our fear of solitude. Read less
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