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.
Cecilia Biagini: Far Edge
Essays by Patricia Ruiz-Healy and Adrian Geraldo Saldaña