JULIETA ORTIZ DE LATIERRO

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Pergamon Museum 
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Sacred Copies





Sacred copies happened inside Herder Church in Weimar, Germany. It was part of the Walk of Art organized by the MFA Public Art program at the Bauhaus Univ.

When I first arrived to this city I decided to visit the church so as to see the famous altarpiece created by Cranach. When I got there I was astonished to find out the painting was missing. Instead, a copy with the same dimensions installed in a momentary fake altar, replaced it. It was then when I started to ask myself: what is the value of this copy? What would be the destiny of the poster when the original piece is put back in its place? Would it have any value? Would I get the chance to save it for myself?

To protect it and preserve its memory in time I decided to make postcards and placed them in the church so visitors could take them for free. The day of the exhibition I was expecting to hand them out and to show the public the reproduction live. In addition one of my professors accepted my invitation and agreed in giving a lecture there. Surprisingly when we arrived the reproduction had disappeared and the painting was back in its place. While a man worked in the final details of the re installation Dr. Boris Buden gave a lecture regarding reproduction and cultural heritage.











Baron Biza: artista conceptual




Baron Biza: artista conceptual is a collaborative work shown in a non-profit art space called Metrónomo. The space consists of a display window located in a commercial underground tunnel. For this work we decided to create an installation and a series of performances based on the man who used to be in charge of the tunnel´s administration. His name is Baron Biza, he was a decadent writer who lived an eccentric and a dramatic life.

Press
http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/radar/9-8984-2013-07-14.htmlhttp://revistaotraparte.com/semanal/arte/baron-biza-artista-conceptual/
Metrónomo
http://galeriametronomo.blogspot.de/2013/06/16-de-junio-de-2013-sexta-muestra-baron.html








Paula Trama






Fan, suplemento Radar

http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/radar/17-9122-2013-09-08.html



En el Hall



En el Hall is an archive made up of photographs and descriptions depicting works of art present in Buenos Aires building´s halls. After visiting several entrance halls I realized that the paintings and sculptures in them are completely ignored and most of their authors are forgotten. A great number of demolitions and reconstructions are occurring in the city, therefore many of them end up destructed or hidden behind a mirror. This is project is open to anyone willing to participate by submitting pictures or descriptions.

http://enelhall.tumblr.com/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dnpgh-MJOOE&list=UUrJ_-1R2h-8vgGGtaG-CXYg&feature=c4-overview














Proyecciones


Pasteur 732


Pasteur 732


Av. Cabildo al 1500


Paraguay y Darregueyra


Virrey Olaguer y Feliu


Pasaje Soria y Thames





Rooselvelt y Tres de Febrero




Videos


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PROYECCIONES


VIRREY OLAGUER Y FELIU 2457

BOULOGNE SUR MER I

BOULOGNE SUR MER II

BOULOGNE SUR MER III

SALGUERO JERONIMO 1063

ACOYTE Y ANTEZANA

AV. MONROE 2869

AV. CRAMER 2865

ESTOMBA 1636

MANUEL UGARTE 2833

AV. MELIAN 225

CARBAJAL 3872

VIDAL 2896

CARBAJAL 3820