How does the outline divide a mountain from the rest of its surroundings, separate the peaks from the sky, how do we divide a tree from the ground, a leaf from a branch? How does the outline of a word divide an object or phenomena from the rest? An exhibition about pointing, focus and about the abouts.
Rodrigo Red Sandoval (b. 1985, Mexico City) has a Masters of Fine Arts from Glasgow School of Art (2016), where he was awarded the FONCA-CONACYT scholarship for studying abroad, with a background in Philosophy and Design. He just finished a year residency at Jan Van Eyck, Netherlands (2018). Some of his Awards Include: Bloomberg New Contemporaries (2016) and The Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award (2017-2018). Recent group exhibitions include: I Shall Escape by Dawn, Jan Van Eyck, Maastricht (2017); Museo Legitimo, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid (2017); Anastasis, White Crypt, London (2017); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Institute for Contemporary Arts, London / The Bluecoat during the Liverpool Biennial (2016); El Changarrito, Museo de la Ciudad de México, México City (2016); 500 Años Sin Lugar, Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca (2016); Probable Impossibilities, The Glue Factory, Glasgow (2016); Between 9pm and Home, Chalton Gallery, London (2015); Still Rolling With Times, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2015); Look About Ye!, Stirling Castle, Stirling (2015); Supernormal Festival, Braziers Park, Oxford (2015); PAFS, Seoul (2015); 3,650 días y contando, Oficina de Proyectos Culturales OPC, Puerto Vallarta (2015); Unpainted Art Fair, Postpalast, Munich (2014). He has been a panelist at University College London during the UK and Mexican Art System XIII Symposium (2015). Currently Rodrigo is taking part of the publication A Return to The Island by Helena Lugo, published by Goldsmiths University of London. He just finished his curatorial debut Point-Loops-Blooming at The Jan Van Eyck a project co-curated with Bernke Klein Zandvoort.