Cu BO.X

Daniel Serna

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  • Period of residence:

  • Topics for experimentation: Identity as a political manifestation

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Profile

Daniel's work has been the reflection of his life, he says that with it he gradually creates pieces, images, stories and spaces that account for all those situations that have always accompanied him; Because he is a man who considers himself "bitter", this transition from an adult man makes him feel or want to be like a woman.

He is an artist who does not contain a single technique, he goes through each of them, as he goes through life, a little from here, a little from there. However, when he spoke of his body, he feels that this is half a transit, it is the starting engine. On the other hand, for him there is always the need to create other worlds, imagined worlds in which Daniel can live free, full and happy. This is the reason why his interest in the installation has been constant. One of the reasons is to give life to what he has always dreamed of: to be someone else.

Daniel says that "Plastic art for me is infinite, painting, drawing, sculpture and photography are open windows through which I can always dream". This is why the Statement of being different for Daniel has been a love that he has had since childhood. He claims to be queen, mother, lover and whore, all widely developed throughout my days, it has become the perfect excuse for the creation of my artistic process. "Going to find my true skin, to be able to make my sweet fantasies come true, to be honest with myself and therefore give the world a lesson in freedom, is my main intention when creating and creating myself as a work of art, the best version of myself. "

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During the last year his artistic development has been focused first on the element of identity and political manifestation. Segundo has used drawings and portraits to capture the sex workers who live in the city as an element of denunciation to contribute to their recognition and social acceptance of their identities.

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In the Cu BO.X

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What he wanted with Cubo.X was to use it as a window represented in that threshold that connects the private and the public, as an open space for trial and error. This space managed to capture the feelings of those who pass by and wanted to be part of the exercise. The final result of Cubo.X was used for the assembly of a performance musical show that will serve as a proposal for experimentation