Rainbow Energy

A light installation for the open call for the Contemporary Art Center of Quito 
to celebrate the LGBTIQ month.
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Rainbow Energies
Light Installation
Plastic, Acrylic, LEDs
Quito - 2018
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This is an installation that shows the colors designated by society for the feminine and masculine genres on the front (pink and light blue) and the reflection on the wall are the colors of the LGBTIQ flag on the back. The LGBTIQ flag is a symbol known worldwide and its origin can be related to the physics of nature, not only the rainbow itself but the colors of each energy point of the body, known as chakras, which is what I am representing in my work. The open call was about seein the ideal utopian future and in my utopian reality all human beings have different attributes and physical characteristics, but all are treated equal and have the same rights because we all have the same energetic essence. 
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Rainbow Energy turned out to be the most published picture of both shows because people loved taking pictures in front of it even though I never created it with that purpose.
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Showcased in "Utopias", Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Quito 2018
Showcased in "Geografías de lo Singiular", FunkaFest, Guayaquil 2019