Cecilia Biagini: Far Edge

Essays by Patricia Ruiz-Healy and Adrian Geraldo Saldaña
2013

Cecilia Bigini’s paintings, photograms, and reliefs, which look constructed and sometimes deconstructed, share the dichotomy of rigor and play. On one hand we are presented with a geometric order, with its values of lucidity and modernity, and on the other hand, an invitation to chaos, flux, disorder and the void which, more importantly, begin to create a new kind of space. The works capacity to convey movement can lead to a continuing vacillation and more significantly to a permanent sense of possibilities.