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Disnarda Pinilla

During the Night , acrylic rod, polycarbonate and cell-cast acrylic sheet, aluminum, 96"x 82"- 96" x 96", 2006

The purpose of my work is to create installation sculpture from a narrative point of view. A dream or an experience in life come alive in my own idea of telling stories which transform and abstract the real into an unreal world frozen in time. These depictions rely on the combination of imagination, reality and fantasy, which is expressed by the suggestion of the child (presence/absence) revealing painful emotions. Within my work, I have chosen to use abstracted and transformed objects such as furniture, clothing accessories, household items, and the human condition to suggest the relationship between adult and child.


University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Faculty Sponsor: Richard Creighton