About the artist:
Bio: Re PopArt: by Lilimarq Re: reclaim the samples materials from the mass production. PopArt: Based on this art movement from the 50’s when the mass culture, mass production and mass media where into its apogee and reflected into a society that started to mass consume guide by the publicity. We live in a mass production era where we have a wonderful world full of extra sample materials so I decided to incorporate as much reclaimed and surplus materials as possible in all my designs. When you realize that you cannot go against the wave but you can go with her flow. I focused this movement into the reclamation of all kind of sample materials from the construction world when we are in a mass developing era of new construction. I achieve great satisfaction in knowing that I am able to transform the trash into treasure, creating all different pieces of art to show all the infinite possibilities we can create. My art is focused on reclaiming material. I base my design on what I have found and try to revive and refurbish what the earth deserves. I believe that my mission like a eco artist to this planet is to created a movement where we can use all this amazing samples material all around the world and really minimize the waste of the mass production. My imagination is fixed on founded sample materials. All this inspires me to make Art with an imperative message about the transformational bright side of everything. I have been a resident of Boston, MA since 1998. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, my family encouraged me to express myself through art in a fun, creative, and multicultural environment; full of music, dance, literature, film, photography, sculpture, and painting. She has a BA in Art and Graphic Design from the prestigious Caracas Institute of Design in Venezuela. Mainly focused on working in 3D, I designs lamps, tables, and other furniture and produces sculptures and installations to create an inspiring message of life, hope, and positive energy.