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Rustha Luna Pozzi-Escot

Born in 1973 in Lima, Peru
Lives and works in Bordeaux, France

My artistic research focuses on the question of identity and gender. I use a variety of technical means to develop projects. From traditional to digital photography, from video to sculpture, I take the elements of daily life used by women to create new objects providing them with a new meaning. I present myself as an actress in some of my pieces, appropriating some gestures and clichés that introduce the viewer to a known space in time. It is not a self-portrait, rather an interpretation in which the main character is a woman.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2012 – Fragmented Identity – The Art Syn Projects, ART GWANGJU 2012, Corea
2011 – Dangerous Liasons – Galerie Coucou, Kassel, Germany
2011 – OSTRALE´011– International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Dresde, Germany
2011 – Yesterday’s Tomorrows – TINBOX, contemporary art gallery. Bordeaux
2010 – Mulier, mulieris – MUA, Museum of the University of Alicante,Spain
2010 – Africa Light – Centre culturel Blaise Senghor – DAK’ART OFF, Dakar, Sénégal
2009 – Femmes Armées( Armed Women) (45°50’54N/o°34’19W) – CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art, Bordeaux, France
2009 – Mujeres Armadas (Armed Women) – Forum gallery, Lima, Peru
2009 – Tinbox Display for Slick – Slick Art Fair, 104, Paris, France



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