Art and Inmigration in the Pandemic Age
Exploring the immigrant experience, FATVillage’s latest art installation feels more relevant than ever in these socially distant times. Taking over the 8000-square-foot exhibition space, the artists merge textiles and technicolor animation to capture the global odyssey of migrants.
Nagari Magazine: A voice in Walls and Windows
Edison Peñafiel's pieces are made up of video art, multichannel sounds and the combination of installations that include various materials. His inspiration consists of a current theme lived by him and many others who accompany him: migration and its circumstances. In this article you can find information about "Land Escape I" and "Land Escape II".
The Persitent Caravan. Multimedia installation
Site-Specific Collaborative Multimedia Installation with Aurora Molina for The Projects, FAT Village, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Assorted Fabric, Sculpture, Single Channel Sound, Multichannel Video.
Edison Peñafiel explores migration for Voz de América
What are they running from? What are they afraid of? What do they lack? Possibly, these are some of the questions that viewers ask themselves when observing the animated characters in Edison Peñafiel's multimedia installation.
Edison Peñafiel Wins Florida Prize in Contemporary Art 2019
Now in its sixth edition, the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art is an event organized by the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) whose purpose is to recognize and reward the artistic abilities of the artists by promoting their continuous research aimed at innovation and the creation of new artworks.
Arte al día: Florida Prize in Contemporary Art Award
"Some artists open a dialogue about latent tensions or real confrontations, while others offer an escape route," explained Coralie Claeysen-Gleyzon, curator of the OMA, adding: "Peñafiel's work speaks strictly of our time and our society through complex and uncomfortable questions ”.
Installation in Corsicana, Texas
Edison Peñafiel’s multimedia installation, Land Escape, combines video projections and physical objects to create an immersive audiovisual environment. Through the combination of mediums such as drawing, photography, video, and found objects, his installation stages a caravan of masked characters gradually marching through an animated never-ending terrain.