Andrea Da Ponte makes use of the transfer of images onto glass to speak of a world that is overloaded and offers reflections on what is happening today at the different levels of a borderless digital network, which does not prevent wars over territory.
Valeria Divinorum works on sculptural glass objects that she uses as lenses to experiment with the intangible properties of light. She has a deep interest in exploring the optical perception of space through traditional and new media techniques, creating light diffusing into spectral components.
For Cecilia Lopez Bravo, the world of contemporary jewelry is endless, open to innumerable possibilities, a mixture of materials and procedures, in order to capture an idea and turn it into a jewel – object, which represents the emotion and personality of its author.
Luz Arias trained as a goldsmith and explored stone setting and manual platinum chain making. She has studied with established jewelers around the world and has worked in a variety of materials, including Japanese lacquered wood. Currently she works in glass making sophisticated contemporary jewelry.
Graciela Cassel presents a wall installation entitled Intrinsic Waves. The hanging pieces, shaped like islands, have neon lights attached to them. Their surface has been painted with soft turquoise and blue pigments, inviting the viewer to experience an unreal but moving landscape.
Silvia Holzkan presents If I Were a Book -a fusion of glass with multilayers engraved with sandblasting technique- in which the words are barely visible, challenging us to read not only the content but also the form.