My artistic research is focused on the analysis of the relationship between reality and illusion, understood as dynamic perceptual categories in permanent tension.
Adolfo Bimer’s practice, through paintings, sculptures and found objects, focuses on a material and metaphorical innerness of the human body.
I like to think of the closeness of objects that are constantly founding our spaces : ahead, back, up and down, also inside us. In the reality of the visible they surround us so many times, that they become invisible in front of our eyes ; and in the darkness of our imagination, fantasy and desire, they capture us.
My research focuses on the sculpture work regarding the physical weight of the pieces and their direct spatial link. The use of different materials in each piece of work involves the application of industrial techniques adapted to a task that appeals to an imagination of hand craft.
The objects of reflection in my work are the images; Images that I captured, collect, classify and dismounted to return to form them into new arrangements or alternative compositions.
My work traces, modifies, and re-imagines the complex genealogy of relationships between humans and other living beings and the underlying subjective and historical processes at play in the construction of those relationships.
I conceive art as a way of versatile approximation, where it´s key points to specific contexts are observation and adaptation, just as critics and humor.
Her visual investigation is connected through the poetics of vitality found on living or dead tissues unbound from the bodies they belong. These work materials are tied to their overflows, changing states and the decisions of the observer built around these mutations.