The so-called "reality" provides a never-ending supply of diversions. Color saturation, the function of individual icons, and the weight of acquired associations are only a few examples.
What appears to be the opposite, the other side of the coin, the subtle, shows us the process of reality, regardless of the location or the apparent shape, as if it were merely stitches of thread on a blanket, and each stitch linking reality, such as every thought in every moment.
Each of the positive or negative judgments we draw from our experiences is founded on a network of underlying ideas. The meaning we give to thoughts will determine our feelings and our experience. This is a continuous process.
Luz Elvira Torres's art is inspired by her research into the workings of the mind, the evolution of Consciousness, and the tricks and traps set for us by the "laboratory of thought" we call "this life."
Luz Elvira Torres was born in the city of Puebla, Mexico on April 20, 1967. Her artistic studies were performed independently. She taught courses on human figure, experimental mixed media and paint workshop from 1987 to 1992 at the Iberoamericana University, Central Gulf Campus.
She has presented 41 solo exhibitions and participated in 78 group exhibitions in and outside Mexico, being amongst the most important the MUCA (University Museum of Arts and Science UNAM) with the Black Box Project (Proyecto de la Caja Negra); the Museum of Arts Carrillo Gil; the Real Seminario de Minas; the University Museum of el Chopo; the Mexican Embassy in Malaysia; the Mayor’s Gallery of Talavera de la Reina, Spain; the Espace Louise Michel in Paris, France; the Palace Galleries and Contemporary Art Gallery and Design of Puebla; the Museum of Modern Art in Cartagena, Colombia; the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts in Boone, North Carolina and Jászdózsa, Hungary and Germany.
She received a scholarship from the State Fund for the Culture and the Arts for Career Creators in 2008. She also received the Young Artist’s Scholarship Fund in the year 1996-1997 from the National Culture and Arts Fund with a project in the area of Neographics Electrography. In the II Bienial in Puebla city, Mexico, she was awarded an Honorable Mention in the discipline of Art Object, were she received the Award of the Three-D art in the 5th State Art Encounter.
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