domingo, 8 de marzo de 2009


Trafic has natural graphic talent. He draws wherever he may be: sitting on the cold floor of Trafixxx Gallery in Santiago on a hot summer’s day, or on a friend’s sofa. He creates abstract and figurative patterns with a mind that remains open and responsive to events and conversation going on around him. He then scans his colourful drawings, saves them in Paint and integrates them with imagery saved on his computer or downloaded from the internet. He works in Paint because he finds it easy: his aim being to encourage to those around him to make art. Taking the same line of visual thinking to its logical conclusion, Trafic sometimes designs in Word.

Trafic’s graphic designs incorporate ubiquitous icons such as the Windows, Mercedes Benz and Nike symbols: the latter reversed. In the best tradition of radical Chilean art, he anti-advertises. Trafic also makes use of universal symbols – notably skulls, the circle of the signs of the horoscope, and the dharmic flame. His patterns successfully fuse disparate codes: for instance those of Space Invaders and of Andean textiles. While nihilistic, Trafic’s graphics intuit an innate beauty within contemporary chaos.

Rodney Palmer

viernes, 6 de marzo de 2009

energias blum

domingo, 1 de marzo de 2009

laboratorio-no un proyecto de residencias, redes , relaciones , compartir experiencias y viajes que unen a personas bajo interes conectados: amor arte y vida.
alejandro delgado , mauricio roman y jocelyn Muñoz.