Les Grandes Serres du Jardin des Plantes
During the Paris Design Week, Carola collaborated with French designer Alexis Tricoire in his “Hybridations” exhibition. About forty scenes inspired by land-art are created with recycled waste materials donated by the French brush industry.
The artistic intervention reveals the beauty of the hybrid landscapes and the cohabitation with nature, the relation between objects and plants, nature and culture, between society and primary forests. The result is a suite of dreamlike bucolic pictures that questions these relations and where they can be linked.
Re (d) is a collaboration between Carolina Tinoco and Deborah Castillo that groups proper concepts of the contemporary culture as: To reinvent, To renew, To re-use, To recycle, To re-design and To recreate, from the chairs Panton, iconic of the 20th century. Re (d) blurs the limits established between architecture/art / design. It revalues the furniture produced in series, remnant of a recently closed company of events, upcycling and transforming them into unique objects.
Re (d) exposes discursive pieces that invite to reflect on the social and cultural context in Venezuela. The Inefficient political, economic and cultural practice in Venezuela, frustrates and reverts any logical order, hovering the precariousness and anarchy of the informal city, on the formal city.
CARLOS CRUZ DIEZ
Carola created the event and placed her original Tangram furniture in the installation “Chromo Interference” by the renowned artist Carlos Cruz Diez.
©Courtesy of Barbarela
Alejandro Otero Venezuelan Art Museum (“MAVAO”)
Caracas, Venezuela, 1997
Carola coordinated and performed in the montage of “Inside Out, Upside Down” created by the acclaimed Brazilian artist, Tunga, at the MAVAO.