LUCAS GALLEGO & CAROLINA BORRERO
The Lucas Gallego & Carolina Borrero collective arises from a conjunction of interests in territorial and socio-cultural issues that have as a common thread the transformation of natural elements that become silent witnesses of our transit through the territory; From there they have developed their individual and collective careers, transforming their particular visions from joint work, broadening their creative spectrum and contributing to the particular vision of the other, Lucas as an architect and carpenter, and Carolina as a researcher and plant deconstructor.
Lucas has exhibited in different galleries and at the Museum of Modern Art in Bogotá, an institution that awarded him a creation grant in 2019, ARTBO Fin de Semana. At art fairs such as the Millón and Barcú Fair. He has also been part of the selection of artists of Artecámara in 2020, and ArtBo and New collectors in 2021.
He is the current winner of the Art / Nature artistic work recognition from the Ministry of Culture. His work has been part of research on Colombian photography such as PHOTOSYNTHESIS of the curator and researcher Santiago Rueda
Carolina has exhibited her work in Espacio El Dorado, El Parqueadero del MAMU, and the exhibition halls of the Chamber of Commerce, among others; currently participates in the Colsanitas youth art salon and the Spanish Embassy, has also been a finalist in the Young Art Salon of the Gilberto Álzate Avendaño Foundation, selected to participate in ArtBo in the Artecámara section, the Millón Fair and has been winner of the En Blanco calls of Espacio El Dorado and Artistic Residences En Block of the Santa Fe Gallery.
The recently created collective has been the winner of the intervention of the facade of the La Cometa Gallery in Medellín, has exhibited in the Botanical Garden of Bogotá, and participated in the Millón Fair.
Colorimetry I is a compilation of images of fumaroles and industrial chimneys, captured photographically through a filter built after exposure of the lens to a system of factory combustion and resulting in a series of atmospheric gradations that are the only product of industrial overexploitation processes.
Color as a visual phenomenon is evidence at times of the effects of human activity on the environment, these can be associated with the gradation of the blue color of the sky towards various red and orange tones that, although we perceive as beautiful in the case of sunsets, are They are caused by the incidence and direction of light on atmospheric particles in suspension as a consequence of air pollution.