Marina Berio

Image: through and not 71, 2012, 40 x 60 in. / 102 x 152 cm, courtesy of the artist. See more here.


 

Introducing Marina Berio (lives and works in NYC), one of the artists participating in New Poetics of Labor 2018.


 

Marina Berio is a visual artist from New York City who works with drawings and photography to convey aspects of visual experience that are intimate and visceral. She has made family pictures out of her own blood and rendered photographic negatives of spaces, objects and landscapes as large-scale charcoal drawings. Her current project, shot almost entirely on the walls of her studio in Brooklyn, further expresses the interrelationship between several nested realities, emphasizing the mental dimensions of creative process, and the boundaries and internal topography of the body and sense of place.

Berio has two upcoming solo shows scheduled for spring 2018, in the Hamburg Off Triennale and an-as-yet-to-open new gallery in Paris. She teaches at the International Center of Photography in New York.


family matter
family matter 17, 2014, gum bichromate print with blood, 10.2 x 10.2 in. / 25.5 x 25.5 cm. See more here.

 

through and not
through and not 66, 2010, 28 x 42 in. / 71 x 107 cm. See more here

 

Elio asleep after dinner with blood clipping, 2015
Elio asleep after dinner with blood clipping, 2015, chromogenic print (part of the space in the mind in the body in the space). See more here.

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