project

Cesar Cornejo's "Puno MoCA" at the Florida Gulf Coast University Main Gallery, Fort Myers, FL



Jan 18 2013 - Mar 14 2013


LOCATION

Florida Gulf Coast University Main Gallery
10501 FGCU Blvd South
Fort Myers, FL

FORMAT

Exhibition

Discipline

Emerging Fields

Opening Reception:

Jan 18 2013

Cesar Cornejo’s work addresses socio-political issues with particular focus in the native Peru and the way it translates into international contexts, through the use of processes he has incorporated through his architectural background and his experience living and working in Japan, London, New York and Peru.  His work focuses intensely on integrating social elements in sculpture as a means of communication…


The site specific installation he is creating for Florida Gulf Coast University is related to his work in Puno, Peru which Cornejo will discuss in the Gallery Talk preceding the opening exhibition on Friday, January 18th on Florida Gulf Coast University’s main campus. His work includes architectural installations that investigate new models of relations between the individual and the built environment; through redefining traditional models like the museum, turning it into a community based institution that revitalizes the community, improves living conditions and generates opportunities for financial growth and development…


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