CCEMiami presents the exhibition “Diálogos Inmateriales” by the artist Ronald Moran. The view has been curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective (Adriana Herrera and Willy Castellanos). This series has been inspired by the Japanese architect, Tadao Ando (n.1941). The architect affirms “to change the dwelling is to change the city and to reform society” which is related on how Moran uses the stairs and mazes to cause perception thresholds and social transformation. Moran uses photos of architectural spaces done by Tadao Ando and covers then with translucent sheets. Ronald then draws by hand precise geometries figures.
About Ronald Moran
Named by Exit Madrid as one of the 100 most influential contemporary Latin American artists of our time, Ronald Morán has participated in over 150 exhibitions throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia. In 2007, Morán represented El Salvador at the Venice Biennale. He has also exhibited at the Bienal Cuvee in Austria, the Tenth Habana Bienal, the Dorsky Curatorial Project in New York and the Margulies Collection in Miami with a recent invitation to the Beijing Biennale in 2010. His work addresses the silence of power and aggression, the white cotton wrapping his pieces projecting a benign appearance that belies their true nature.
There is free admission. The exhibition will be on view until July 28th.