Lives and works in Bogotá, Colombia.Read More
The main axis of her work is to make a permanent assessment of the physical and symbolic status of things. Using objects that are installed in everyday life and strips them from its formal or linguistic function to provide them with their own language. This generates a particular transgression of reality, where mimesis allows us to experience new experiences and situations in which the sensatory relationship is altered to offer a new perspective on the distinction between true or false. Her work fosters a semantic game between objects, actions, and perceptions; emphasizing materiality: This is her pillar of work. To do so, Yepez examines the anthropological aspects around objects and proposes a visual poetry that reminds us that existence of things is only relevant when we observe them.
Text courtesy FORO.SPACE.
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