Locust Projects is proud to present Kitchen with a View, a site-specific video installation by Argentinian-born, Mexico City-based artist Carolina Fusilier. This newly commissioned installation for the Project Room is Fusilier’s first solo exhibition in Miami. The video was filmed during a month-long residency at Locust Projects.
The room at Locust Projects becomes the scene of a ruin: the skull of a vehicle with no doors or windows is parked in this garage space and is the evidence of some kind of natural catastrophe. The video at the centerpiece of the exhibition is a filmic meditation on Miami as a site of a dystopic desolation with no human activity. Even the signs of a hand behind the camera and the reflection of the artist filming the shiny surfaces has been erased.
Carolina Fusilier (b. 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina) works in video, painting, sound, and installation. Her current practice reflects about human alienation in urban and domestic environments and the disconnection with the production of objects and technologies of mass consumption. Fusilier has a degree in Animated Film and a formation in visual arts and music: Dusseldorf Academy, Guest semester with Prof. Rita McBride, 2018-2019; SOMA Postgraduate program, Mexico City, 2016-2017; Programa de artistas, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, 2011; Universidad del Cine, 2006 – 2009, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Conservatorio de Musica Manuel de Falla, 2003- 2004, Buenos Aires, Argentina.