360 DEGREES OF ESTHETIC VISION

Installation, 1986 – 2007

parallax background

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Irradiations, Steel, stainless steel and copper, 112 x 130 x 449 inches, 2.84 x 3.30 x 11.40 mts
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Elevation, Steel, stainless steel and copper, 112 x 130 x 449 inches, 2.84 x 3.30 x 11.40 mts
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Feminine Forces, Steel with rust patina, 107 x 107 x 292 inches, 2.72 x 2.72 x 7.42 mts
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Collective Memory Installation, Corten steel, white cement, coal,, hemp, earth and wáter, 81 x 197 x 216 inches, 2.05 x 5.00 x 5.50 mts
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Offering Ritual, ¨Carbón mineral¨
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Offering Ritual, ¨Cal y canto¨
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Offering Ritual, ¨Hilo de trama¨
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Offering Ritual, ¨Origen de vida¨
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Offering Ritual, ¨Tierra madre¨
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Minor Temple, Stainless steel, water, earth, marble and copper, 34 x 140 x 86 inches, 0.87 x 3.55 x 2.19 mts
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Augustinian Forces VIII, tree bark, wood and iron, Instalation In Situ
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Solar Keeper III, Corten steel, rusted Steel, 107 x 106 x 32 inches, 2.72 x 2.69 x 0.81 mts
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Major Temple, Corten steel, rusted steel and copper, 34 x 380 x 242 inches, 0.87 x 9.65 x 6.15 mts
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Major Temple, Corten steel, rusted steel and copper, 34 x 380 x 242 inches, 0.87 x 9.65 x 6.15 mts
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Collective Memory, Corten steel, white cement, coal, hemp, earth and wáter, 80 x 197 x 216 inches, 2.05 x 5.00 x 5.50 mts
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Elevation, Steel, stainless steel and copper, 112 x 130 x 449 inches, 2.84 x 3.30 x 11.40 mts
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Feminine Forces, Steel with rust patina, 107 x 107 x 292 inches, 2.72 x 2.72 x 7.42 mts
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Cultural Center Itchimbía, Quito, Ecuador

Initially, in 1986, "Augustinian Forces" was one of the first installations exhibited at the
Museum of Modern Art in Bogotá and at the time Azout never imagined that in 1995,
I would propose a curatorial invitation from Jakarta, initiating a dynamic that led
"Augustinian Forces" to the National Art Gallery in Indonesia in 1995, the FES
Cultural Center in Cali, Colombia also in 1995, then the Alejandro Otero Museum
in Caracas, Venezuela in 1997, the National Arts Center of Mexico City in
1999 and now in Quito in 2007.
Piedad Casas
Curator and Criticism
Miembro AICA Internacional
Fotógrafos:
Ramón Gionvani
Isaac Azout