Dio Horia opened its doors to a futurity not yet here with “A Different Architecture”; the solo exhibition of Dominican artist, Hulda Guzman.
Conceptual but also physical structures came to recreate the existing reality, bearing the weight of a mythical unknown. Captivating and immersive, the dynamics of the pieces led the visitors to be aware of the never-ending flow of time. Intimate, individual moments were made public; energetic gestures challenged the confines between the inside and the outside, the personal and the social, the natural and the artificial, denoting the interaction and the blurring of the limits. Guzman created works that articulated a delicate balance between physical and visual qualities. Her body of works for Dio Horia referred to the multi-layered reality of nature and the contradictions that surrounded it. Wood, with its building construction references, played a leading role. Its multiple transforming qualities created spaces that fell between reality and perception, between presence and representation.
Solo Show: 2017 A Different Architecture