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.
Friday, November 29, 6pm-10:30pm – The DAM Gallery, 350 NE 75th Street, Space 109, Miami Italian artist Stefano Ogliari Badessi is known for presenting large-scale art installations globally, then quickly packing up without a trace once the project is done. His 2017 installation atop the 40th floor of the EAST, Miami during Art Basel, Chinese […]
Thursday, January 10, 6pm-9pm – ArtMedia Studio | Gallery, 350 NE 75th Street, Unit # 103-2, Miami Five Photographers on the Road G. A. Jakubovics—Silvia Lizama—Jorge Sánchez—A. Lilia Smith—Mitya Trotsky After more than six years and just twenty-six shows at The Wynwood Building in Wynwood Art District, artmedia GALLERY re-opens its doors at a new venue with […]
Saturday, January 14, 7:30pm -Â Jimmyâ€™z Kitchen Wynwood,Â 2700 N. Miami Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District Chef Jimmy Carey will host a free concert in honor of Puerto Ricoâ€™s Fiestas de la Calle San Sebastian. The groupÂ Son Dâ€™ PanderosÂ will be playing traditional Puerto Rican folkloric music. The concert coincides with theÂ Second Saturday Wynwood Art Walk.Â The Feast of […]