Batista makes three-dimensional work that explores sign and text as sculptural communicators of coded information. The evolution of language as a form of interpreting the world is a constant investigation in her work. Batista carves and cuts manipulated digital typography onto materials ranging from wood, cardboard, foam core, cork or mechanically assisted onto materials such as plexiglass. It is executed in dialogue with advertorial signage that can be encountered in a storefront window or outdoor space. From anagrams to poetic sayings, Batistaâ€™s words allow the viewer to decode his/her own meaning through the multiplicity of language. Presented in partnership with O Cinema Wynwood, on view August 6 â€“ October 4, 2015.
December 6 – 10, The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery, 120 NW 25th St, Miami Wynwood Arts District This year The Fearless Artist pop up gallery is bigger than ever with over 47 artists exhibiting their works, and this is just the beginning. The pop up gallery’s theme for 2017 is titledNoise: A Group Art Exhibition focusing on […]
Saturday, February 1, 2pmâ€“5pm – The Bakehouse Art Complex, 561 NW 32nd Street, MiamiÂ Wynwood Arts District Reading Queer & The Bakehouse Art Complex announce, “Exquisite Writing”, a surrealist creative writing workshop led by poet & memoirist Maureen Seaton, RQ Executive Director Neil de la Flor & the RQ team.Â This workshop is open to everyone regardless […]
Friday, July 5, 7pm-10pm – Bailey Contemporary Arts, 41 Northeast 1st Street, Pompano Beach Join the Opening Reception of the Beautifully Broken Exhibition, curated by ArtHeart. One in five Americans is affected by mental health conditions, yet this common illness often remains hidden behind a wall of secrecy and isolation. Beautifully Broken is an exhibit curated by ArtHeart, a […]