AIDA FLORIDO – TRANSBOUNDARY GEOMETRY

 

There have been numerous cultures and artists who have given importance to geometry, especially in the twentieth century, from the avant-gardes. In this way, that great cast of referents becomes the basis of any research on the use of geometry and is thickening this knowledge that unites science and Art. Moreover, for the artist, that geometry that underlies everything must be understood and represented, but in a personal way, so that, from it, make its particular representation of the universe.

Through a geometric world of colorful lines and forms the work of Aida Florido enters through the eyes and explodes in the heart. But that necessary approach to her Art consists of a process that transforms the viewer, because it makes you move from the simple form, to the laws underlying the work, to the patterns that mark the morphology of everything that surrounds us.

This is Aida Florido’s universe, or her way of representing it, her vision of the world. Thus we are presented at the exhibition TRANSBOUNDARY GEOMETRY, in La Casa Amarilla Málaga. And for this, it uses means as different as the materiality of wood and the weightlessness transparent colored vinyl. She materializes her work in forms and volumes defined next to flat geometric schemes, but having to see both under the prism of color of the transparency that the light produces when passing through one of her compositions, like a kaleidoscope that evolves according to the hour, reflecting the mutability of what surrounds us, in constant change.

The artist feels the need to investigate in this geometry so present in the history of Art and immerses herself in her exploration to its foundations, seeking its essence, its being, its meaning. For Aida Florido, as for so many other artists before her, geometry is more than a means, it is the embodiment of the sense of the whole, because in all things can be found those geometric bases that constitute the universe and that unite us all, Regardless of time and space. Ah … and the borders.

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