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NERU TOTEM STOOL 5, Radiata Wood Utility Sculpture by Rebeca Cors

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I. ABOUT REBECA CORS Rebeca Cors (México, 1988). Her work oscillates between sculpture and utility object, studying the limits and meeting points between these two concepts.
 The intention of her work is to question paradigms in order to reinterpret objects from It’s established forms.
 As a result, her practice approaches sculpture as: Abstract Sculpture - and - Utility Sculpture.

 The materialized compositions embody simplicity and balance, inspired by anthropometric proportions and nature’s forms.
 Simplicity is not a lack of content – but  the synthesis of the complex.
 A balanced and simple composition conveys peace.

The art work’s origin comes from a place of inner peace, the materials and hands that materialize the piece add the same intention – as a result, the works emanate and propagates this serenity. Human beings surround themselves with objects through their existence, some for simple necessity or function, and -these others- that virtuate the space they inhabit, transmitting emotions that words simple fall short to describe; emotions that lead us to a state of contemplative meditation, in which the world around us seems to disappear for an instant, time vanishes and we enter this intimate human-object ritual, where a dialogue with the sculptural piece begins, words are not necessary.

 All hand-made in Mexico.
 All Mexican materials and craftsmanship.
 Preserve and treasure our traditions and culture is our core motive. II. EXHIBITONS
 (2022) – Galerie Philia – Acento Latino. (2022) – Design Week México
. (2022) – Zona MACO Arte Contemporáneo. (2021) – Zona MACO Arte Contemporáneo. 
 (2021) – Design Week México. (2020) – Zona MACO Arte Contemporáneo. (2020) – Design Week México. 
(2019) – Design Week México. (2018) – Design Week México.
 (2018) – Design Week NYC – Mexican Pavillion. (2017) – Design Week México. 
(2017) – Rufino Tamayo Museum – Inédito. (2016) – Museo Rufino Tamayo – Inédito. (2016) – Design Week México.
 (2016) – Design Week Venice – Mexican Pavillion. (2016) – Design Week Milán – Mexican Pavillion. (2015) – Museo Rufino Tamayo – Inédito. 
(2015) – Design Week México.
(2014) – Design Week México.
 (2013) – Nómada by Another Company. (2012) – MUTEM Museum – Luminary Collection. III. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS 
(2021) – Architectural Digest: Design Icons.
 (2021) – Architectural Digest: AD 100. (2019) – MUAC Museum - 10 years, 10 Designers.

 IV. EDUCATION (2013) – Central Saint Martins (London, UK) – FESP in Studio Art.
 (2006 – 2010) Iberoamericana University (CDMX, Mexico) – Industrial Design.
  • Creator:
    Rebeca Cors (Designer)
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 17.72 in (45 cm)Diameter: 15.75 in (40 cm)
  • Style:
    Minimalist (Of the Period)
  • Materials and Techniques:
  • Place of Origin:
  • Period:
  • Date of Manufacture:
    2020
  • Production Type:
    New & Custom(Limited Edition)
  • Estimated Production Time:
    11-12 weeks
  • Condition:
  • Seller Location:
    Ciudad de México, MX
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU4529224456552
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