International Sculpture Center

   
November 2013
Vol. 32 No 9

A publication of the
International Sculpture Center
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Ephemeral Natures: Eliana Heredia
By María Carolina Baulo
Eliana Heredia represents a blend of cultures. Born in Brazil, she was raised in Argentina and has lived in Berlin for the last several years. Her work reflects this mixture of influences, expressing a very particular aesthetic. Heredia began her artistic experience at the age of seven when she took drawing and painting classes with her brothers. She was the only one in her family to follow this path, however, and for 10 years, she never missed her weekly classes. Later, she studied at the Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (IUNA) in Buenos Aires. After graduating in 2000, she continued her education with seminars in art criticism and analysis at various institutions in Berlin, including the Fakultät Bildende Kunst, Universität der Künste Berlin...see the entire article in the print version of November's Sculpture magazine.

Efectos Secundarios (Side effects), 2011. Disinfectant products, blister packs and Risperidone bottles, plastic cups, and black ink, 5 x .8 x 4 meters.

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