Osé Caerols "Yisa" (Santiago, Chile, 1984). His work investigates the latent complexity of ideas such as identity, territory or migration and their ability to define emotional, social and political constructions in an intimate plan as economic, showing themselves as archaeological representations of a system that is nowadays in definition. Symbolically speaking, I seek through the field of conceptual research and production, to give rise and weight to these more invisible processes, thus developing a chaining between forms, signs and images. Reconfiguring this chain in a visual production that accounts for the latent processes of the same contexts as the origin of the materials used for it. Understanding that the combinations and techniques applied to each materiality (regardless of which) are not mere representations of the physicality of these, but rather conceptual translations carried out to an aesthetic and subjective plan. Being the notions of consumption, ruin, identity, society, migration and work, those that cross my proposal of research and realization. Therefore, it is a social vein that is linked to economic systems and social relations, in this way I analyze the flaws, precariousness and the fragile balance of power that exists in labor relations.
With exhibits in galleries and museums both collectively and individually as: Museum of Contemporary Art (CL), Animal Gallery (CL), Die Ecke Gallery (CL), Tudor Hall (CL), Cultural Center Matucana 100 (CL) ,, Balmaceda Art Gallery (CL), Mario Kreuzberg Gallery (DE), CCCB (ES), Galeria Santa Fe (CO), Braga Menéndez Gallery (AR), Galeria wschodnia (PL), among others. Appearing published in contemporary art books in Chile and the world as "Constructions, systems and transformations" (CL), "Chile Art Jove" (CL), "SUB 30" (CL), "Revisión Técnica" Pintura Contemporánea Chileana 1980-2010 (CL), "New Latin American world street art" (DE), Street Art Chile (UK), Latin Eye (IT), Graffiti Book (CL).
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