Green Beat, by Lola Guerrera

Lola Guerrera seeks to create experiences loaded with symbolism and expressiveness. Her work explores the sculptural possibilities of the different elements she utilizes.
Employing materials such as paper, thread, gunpowder and natural elements found in the city and nature, she creates equisite installations in the form of birds, clouds of flowers or even a green cosmos. Using nature as a medium, exploring concepts as creation, complexion and essence, Lola’s work invites the viewer to immerse in a universe driven by expansion.

Green Beat represents a heart of large dimensions, covered with preserved plant matter (natural material whose special treatment makes the plant retain its lively appearance once it is dried).
The piece has an inner mechanical system that will mimic the natural beat of a human heart. The final figure will have a very subtle expansion contraction movement, that will immediately send us to a live and unified compound. Comprised of plant origin and gathering species from all continents, it refers to all the ecosystems that are at risk of deforestation of our planet. A unified heart where all the ecosystems of our planet beat together.

Piece to be installed at airport.

Layers of blindness, by Antonio Lenzi

From and early age, Antonio Lenzi has been related to plastic art experimentation, both in high school and in the choice of his professional studies: Industrial Design.
His profound vocation for art and design took him to explore the morphology and the mechanisms of space and shape in all its conceptual variations. In 2013 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Buenos Aires University (FADU UBA).

His works range from diverse investigations and projects related to the use of digital media and the most varied materials to generate new morphologies. In this way he is dedicated to the investigation and analysis of composite materials for morphologies applied to Industrial Design.
His work mainly focuses in the experimentation of daily life materials, combined and transformed to give life to several works of art of which site specifics stand out. He leans in digital media; as 3D, parametric design and CNC machines for the projection of his artworks.

Layers of blindness

This installation is an invitation for travellers to value what surrounds us: nature, and beauty and to emphasize the fact that both the use of plastic materials and the excessive deforestation of our natural reserves for human activities go against what we love and need to preserve. Nature has an astonishing ability to adapt and conform and she is the one that has been making the effort to “find its way” to survive human actions and pollution: “40 % of more than 407 millones de tons of plastic that are produced per year is disposable “There are enough remains of plastic in the world to cover an entire country of the size of Argentina”.

Piece to be installed at airport.

Seed, by Antonio Lenzi

From and early age, Antonio Lenzi has been related to plastic art experimentation, both in high school and in the choice of his professional studies: Industrial Design.
His profound vocation for art and design took him to explore the morphology and the mechanisms of space and shape in all its conceptual variations. In 2013 he graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Buenos Aires University (FADU UBA).

His works range from diverse investigations and projects related to the use of digital media and the most varied materials to generate new morphologies. In this way he is dedicated to the investigation and analysis of composite materials for morphologies applied to Industrial Design.
His work mainly focuses in the experimentation of daily life materials, combined and transformed to give life to several works of art of which site specifics stand out. He leans in digital media; as 3D, parametric design and CNC machines for the projection of his artworks.

Seed is a call to rethink our behavior towards nature. It is not only an invitation to question modern life and the relationships man-nature, technology-environment, use-disuse; but it is also a plea to re-think a way of coexistence of tenable and sustainability with our ecosystem. SEED, is a sculpture made of compressed used coffee using an organic binder, designed to accommodate an aeroponics growing system in it. Everything begins with a seed that is germinated. A seed that is fed and nurtured with water, which will show results in the near future. Those early sprouts and plants later will be a faithful reflection of what was once only a wish; a seed.
SEED shelters a desire, and seeks to be a witness of those elements that we don’t always consciously register but are present in all aspects of our life like water, that basic element of our body and our planet.
Within this system plants grow naturally without the need for chemicals, thus reducing the carbon footprint. Taking into account that natural resources are depleted with time, we are responsible for current and future problems related to this. Art has a strong transforming power and can be a dialog starter. SEED, an emotional, intellectual and sustainable installation.

Iceberg, by Mario Rodriguez

Mario Rodriguez works explores the strength of the topography and natural territory, conceived as an energy living mantle constantly moving; Epidermal stratification wrought by time, with a telluric language emerging, pressing, gravitating, revealing through the landscape. Mario seeks to cover different scales within his artistic approach, from the massiveness of the mountains and rocks, through its decanting process and fragmentation up to the stone as the basic unit.