Alicia Garavito's drawings and objects–all of which combine paper, fabric, ink and costume jewelry–articulate the significance and reach of a child's imagination. By creating a collage where the hidden and visible, beautiful and ugly, terrifying and defective coexist, Garavito takes spectators inside the complexity of a child's universe. “My artistic quest forms a narrative of memory and imagination,” says the artist, “It is a kind of incomplete story, a sort of novel youth.”
Garavito’s work has been exhibited at Bogotá’s Museum of Contemporary Art, and in London at Islington House and the Centre for Recent Drawing.
Courtesy of Casas Riegner