Agustina Woodgate’s New Landscapes
John Hood interviews Agustina Woodgate for NiteTalk about her Art Basel premiere, New Landscapes, with an Encore premiering this Friday January 11th at Spinello Projects.
She was one of Wonderland’s Seven Wonders of Art Basel, White Hot burned over her being the first local to solo at ABMB’s Art Positions, and Miami New Times was so struck by her New Landscapes they sang its praises twice. She is Agustina Woodgate, an artist of sublime proportion, and you can catch her Encore at Spinello Projects this Friday night.
What primary feature do you see as absolutely essential for a truly beautiful world? Awareness.
How does that feature, er, feature in New Landscapes? It is an observation into what we already have not what we create. I rather call it Different Landscapes. It is definitely nothing new. You might think it’s a book of watercolors. The paper is soft, as felt. The dust is as color powders, bright pigment, earths.
Does wiping a country off a map imply we need to start a new in order to achieve any kinda perfection? No need to create anything new. And I think there is perfection in the imperfect.
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