Project Space
November 7–December 14, 2014

Germán Herrera, 120312-43909_01, pigment on paper thumbnail
Germán Herrera, 080512-42501, Pigment on paper thumbnail
German-Herrera, 100413_50177_02, pigment print thumbnail
Germán Herrera, 122112-44272_01, pigment on paper thumbnail
Germán Herrera, Home structure, 2012, pigment on paper thumbnail
Germán Herrera, Light, 2011, pigment on paper thumbnail
Germán Herrera, Not home, 2011, pigment on paper thumbnail
Germán Herrera, Santiago, 2014 thumbnail
Germán Herrera, 120312-43909_01, pigment on paper
Germán Herrera, 080512-42501, Pigment on paper
German-Herrera, 100413_50177_02, pigment print
Germán Herrera, 122112-44272_01, pigment on paper
Germán Herrera, Home structure, 2012, pigment on paper
Germán Herrera, Light, 2011, pigment on paper
Germán Herrera, Not home, 2011, pigment on paper
Germán Herrera, Santiago, 2014

Germán Herrera, 120312-43909_01, pigment on paper

Germán Herrera, 080512-42501, Pigment on paper

German-Herrera, 100413_50177_02, pigment print

Germán Herrera, 122112-44272_01, pigment on paper

Germán Herrera, Home structure, 2012, pigment on paper

Germán Herrera, Light, 2011, pigment on paper

Germán Herrera, Not home, 2011, pigment on paper

Germán Herrera, Santiago, 2014

What constitutes a Home?
This project is an installation consisting of images and sounds that have taken place within the space I inhabit. Also included are memories and conditionings, in visual form. A home offers a parallel experience to the world ‘outside’, as above, so below… with its own dramas and dynamics, struggles and resolutions, birth and death. We are all players: the plants, the animals, the insects, the light, the wife. Within this theater of life our lives unfold. This exhibit is formed by a synchronous group of views that evoke the notion of HOME, or lack of one. Migrants, nomads, homeless, we all share this need for shelter: the physical, psychological and spiritual. These are some of the considerations behind the work.

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