A collage lives thanks to the curious hands that choose specific pieces of paper, card stock, string, photographs and scraps, and rework them onto a surface to construct a different meaning, a novel identity, a fresh story. Such is the case with the recent body of work by Miami-based artist Roberto Fonfría (Caracas, 1969). Bridging disciplines as wide-ranging as photographic transfers to drawing and writing, Fonfría examines questions of consciousness, identity, happiness, humor, boredom, masculinity, money, and aging, exposing the centrality of time that pertain to each piece.

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