Posts tagged miriam londoño

»letter-pedacitos de desespero« by miriam londoño


Collage made of loose sentences based on a letter written by Ingrid Betancourt during her captivity in the Colombian jungle. The collage represents linguistic chaos: words seem to sink into the gaps existing between them and the shadows projected on the wall, making the texts impossible to read in its totality. This chaos becomes a metaphor of the dimension of the pain of those who unjustly lost their freedom.

»letter-pedacitos de desespero« by miriam londoño

Collage made of loose sentences based on a letter written by Ingrid Betancourt during her captivity in the Colombian jungle. The collage represents linguistic chaos: words seem to sink into the gaps existing between them and the shadows projected on the wall, making the texts impossible to read in its totality. This chaos becomes a metaphor of the dimension of the pain of those who unjustly lost their freedom.

"book" by miriam londoño

The structure of these books intend to trigger meanings in the mind: what makes a book? Is it the words or the pages, or both? Seen as a sieve of ideas, the books stop being page-by page compilations, to be transformed into fragile nets catching language’s essentials metaphors.

"book" by miriam londoño

The structure of these books intend to trigger meanings in the mind: what makes a book? Is it the words or the pages, or both? Seen as a sieve of ideas, the books stop being page-by page compilations, to be transformed into fragile nets catching language’s essentials metaphors.

"graffiti" by miriam londoño

Graffiti are an urban calligraphy that mainly expresses social and political messages. It is similar to a scream, a voice that wants to be heard at all costs. I love the way Graffiti’s testify with their beautiful colours and expressive lines, the desires, repressions, feelings, the resistance towards our society.

"graffiti" by miriam londoño

Graffiti are an urban calligraphy that mainly expresses social and political messages. It is similar to a scream, a voice that wants to be heard at all costs. I love the way Graffiti’s testify with their beautiful colours and expressive lines, the desires, repressions, feelings, the resistance towards our society.