Juliana Rodriguez is an Argentinian visual artist and cinema director based in Raleigh, North Carolina. In celebration of the 7th anniversary of her digital art project, Revolver Dolls, Rodriguez has chosen a selection of her current series Private World (2013-present). Through abstract art, the viewer will see the evolution between dolls and digital creatures more closely related to human beings. Revolver Dolls is a mixed visual project with a final photographic format. Rodriguez systematically approaches various topics using dolls (mostly Barbies) as protagonists. She uses a compositional method of creating film sets, where locations are scenographically made. With cameras prepared and lights arranged, space is available as a stage and the correlation of the sequences is projected in shots. This method is familiar to Rodriguez with her experience in cinema. This method allows her to explore the use of objects instead of actors or models. Working with dolls allows characters to assume several roles and ultimately creates its own entity and visual language.
TITLE: “PRIVATE WORLD: SET ME FREE (DEVOTION SCOTT WEILAND)” SIZE: 180 X 80 INCHES. TECHNIQUE: DIGITAL ART/PRINTED ON CANVAS. YEAR: 2016
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