Her work looks for the subtle contemplation, the apprehension of a movable atmosphere and the appearance of bodies from geometrical shapes.
Carolina Sanllehi is a Venezuelan young artist that has followed the work of Carlos Cruz-Diez since the beginning. Her artwork is based on the optical effects, but the pieces are not centered in the vibratory behavior of the colors, she avoids the chromatics radically. The use of white as the only color, allows the artist to overlap levels of clear material with patterns and textures. The repetition and the complex structure of nylon threads and acrylic tubes, create a sensation of distortion making the spectator to perceive blurry volatile shapes.
The artwork of Sanllehi is the delicate result of transparencies played with textures achieved only by using nylon and Plexiglas. Her work looks for the subtle contemplation, the apprehension of a movable atmosphere and the appearance of bodies from geometrical shapes.
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