Livia Marin

Livia Marin

Livia Marin was born in Chile and is currently based in London.

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Artworks

Willow Map

Ceramic, resin, transfer print, glaze

Dimensions : Width 110 cm - Height 80 cm
Year : 2016

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Broken Things 2

Mixed Media

Dimensions : Width 86 cm - Height 105 cm
Year : 2016

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Broken Things 1

Mixed Media

Dimensions : Width 125 cm - Height 91 cm
Year : 2016

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Broken things (j)

Mixed Media

Dimensions : 33,2 x 48,5 x 3 cm
Year : 2011

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Broken things (i)

Mixed Media

Dimensions : 33,2 x 48,5 x 3 cm
Year : 2011

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Solihull (2)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 17,5 x 17,5 x 3 cm
Year: 2015

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Solihull (1)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 17,5 x 17,5 x 3 cm
Year: 2015

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Broken Things (b)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 40,5 x 36 x 3,2 cm
Year: 2015

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Broken Things (a)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 40,5 x 36 x 3,2 cm
Year: 2015

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Nature Morte (VII)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 52 x 62 x 4,7 cm
Year: 2010

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Nature Morte (VI)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 52 x 62 x 4,7 cm
Year: 2010

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Nature Morte V

Mixed Media

Dimension: 52x 62 x 4,7 cm
Year: 2010

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Nature Morte I

Mixed Media

Dimension: 52 x 62 x 4,7 cm
Year: 2010

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Nature Morte (X)

Mixed media

Dimensions: 59 x 69 cm (unframed)
Year: 2010

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Nomad Patterns (XVII)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 22 x 14 x 4,5 cm
Year: 2015

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Broken Things (XI)

Mixed Media

Dimension: 30 x 18 x 8 cm
Year: 2015

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Nomad Patterns (V)

Ceramic, resin, plaster, transfer-print

Dimensions: 100.5x33x25 cm
Year: 2015

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Nomad Patterns (II)

Ceramic, resin, plaster, transfer-print

Dimensions: 34x20x7 cm
Year: 2016

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Nomad Patterns (I)

Ceramic, resin, plaster, transfer-print

Dimensions: 25x16x6.5 cm
Year: 2015

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Broken Things (II)

Ceramic, resin, plaster, transfer-print

Dimensions: 25.2x15.5x9 cm
Year: 2015

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Livia Marin Curriculum

Marin creates large-scale installations incorporating objects which are mass-produced and mass-consumed. At the beginning of her career, her work was influenced by the social and political context of Chile in the 1990's when the country was undergoing a transition from the rigid disciplinary regime of 17 years under a dictatorship to a democratic regime marked by a neo-liberal economic agenda.

Marin uses everyday objects to explore the nature of how humans relate to material objects during this historic period is dominated by globalization and standardization. Her work leads the observer to reflect on the relationship humans develop with objects, often unseen, that take care of our daily needs. The theme of estrangement is also central to Marin's work, which counteracts the sense of excessive familiarity that dictates every day life and the marketplace.

Marin has exhibited numerous times in her native Chile and internationally.

Solo Exhibitions

2013-14

  • Faltas/Faults, Galería Patricia Ready, Santiago, Chile

2013

  • Marca no registrada, Espacio Odeón, Bogotá, Colombia

2012

  • Nomad Patterns, Eagle Gallery, London

2011

  • Sutura, Galeria Eduardo Fernandes, Sao Paulo, Brasil

2010

  • Nature Morte, House of Propellers, London, UK

2009

  • Broken Things, House of Propellers, London, UK

2005

  • The sense of repetition / El sentido de la repetición, Galería Animal, Santiago, Chile

2002

  • El objeto y su manifestación, Galería Animal, Santiago, Chile

2000

  • Tercera generación, Galería Bech, Santiago, Chile

1999

  • Palimpsesto (de la omisión a la hibridación), Monjitas 342, Santiago, Chile

Group Exhibitions

2014

  • Broken Memory, Harewood House, Leeds, UK
  • Objektivity, Galería Impakto, Lima, Perú

2013

  • Rise, Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Efemérides: fragmentos selectos de la historia reciente de Chile, Museum of National History, Santiago, Chile
  • It's About Time, ASC Gallery, London
  • Cousu Main - le temps passé, Galerie des petits carreaux, Paris
  • New Blue-and-White, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, USA
  • Mimesis, DuflonRacz, Bern, Switzerland
  • Mine: Take What's Yours, Underline Gallery, NY

2012

  • The Shape of Things, jaggedart, London, UK
  • 33 Degrees South, Eb&Flow Gallery, London, UK
  • Nuestro Sitio, MAVI, Santiago, Chile
  • Found and Broken, The George Gallery, Laguna Beach, USA
  • Nuestro Sitio, Mac Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Blue, Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Bovey Tracey, Devon, UK
  • Accomplished, The Geroge Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA, USA

2011

  • Post, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Australia
  • Objet Dada, Edel Assanti, London, UK
  • Tectonic Shift: Contemporary Art from Chile, Phillips & de Pury and Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
  • Open Photography 2, The Royal West of England Academy (RWA), Bristol, UK

2010

  • Contemporary Eye: Crossovers, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex, UK
  • Hubiera podido haber sido, LA Galería, Bogotá, Colombia

2009

  • Residencia Artes del Barro, Trienal de Chile, PUC, Chile.
  • El lugar de lo invisible, Sala Gasco, Santiago, Chile

2008

  • Manuf®actured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects, Museum of Contemporary Craft, Oregon, USA

2007

  • Poetics of the Handmade, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, USA
  • Maximinimalist, Institute of Visual Arts (Inova), Milwaukee, USA

2006

  • Multiplication, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile

2005

  • unhomely, 28 David´s Road, London, UK
  • Colectiva Die Ecke, Galería Die Ecke, Santiago, Chile

2004

  • Transformaciones de lo mismo, Galería Gabriela Mistral, Santiago; Galería Universidad de Talca, Talca; C. C. El Almendral, San Felipe, Chile
  • Pláticas de terreno, Sala Codar, Reñaca, Chile
  • Arte Chileno Contemporáneo, Valenzuela y Klenner Arte Contemporáneo, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Frontal, Fundación Bank Boston, Santiago, Chile
  • IV Bienal Arte Joven, Museo bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile

2003

  • IV Bienal MERCOSUR, Puerto Alegre, Brasil
  • El Objeto en el Arte Chileno, Sala Fundación Telefónica, Santiago, Chile

2002

  • Frutos del país, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile
  • Arte/Naturaleza, Keby Quarn Art Space, Uppsala, Suecia.
  • Habitud, Centro Cultural de España, Santiago, Chile
  • Piel artificial, Centro Cultural Matucana 100, Santiago, Chile

2001

  • yobjetoy, Galería Carmen Codoceo, La Serena, Chile
  • La madera en la escultura chilena, Sala Fundación Telefónica, Santiago, Chile

2000

  • Zona de Riesgo, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile
  • Hoffmann´s house, Parque Almagro, Santiago, Chile
  • Estar, Museo de los Tajamares, Santiago, Chile
  • El objeto y su par, Muro Sur Artes Visuales, Santiago, Chile
  • Delicatessen, Centro Extensión PUC, Santiago, Chile

1999

  • Laboratorio 8, Centro Cultural Balmaceda 1215. Santiago, Chile
  • Zona de Riesgo, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago, Chile

1998

  • Los colores de mi bandera, Galería Bucci, Santiago, Chile
  • Arte Joven, Museo "Emiliano Guiñazú". Mendoza, Argentina
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