Marie Orensanz

Marie Orensanz: Feuille, 1979. M/M on statuary marble, 13 x 13 in. (33 x 33 cm.).
Marie Orensanz: Potentille Ansérine Fleurs Bisexuées Solitaires, 1977. From “Fleurs” Series. Acrylic on paper, 19.68 x 27.56 in. (50 x 70 cm.).
Marie Orensanz: La force de la nature, 1978. Drawing on marble (statuary,) 20.47 x 9.05 x 0.78 in. (52 x 23 x 2 cm.).
MarieOrensanz: Tension II, 1984. Drawing on statuary marble, 27.17 x 18 x 10.30 in. (69 x 46x 26 cm.).Photo by Jean-LouisLosi
Marie Orensanz: …saber..., 2018. Polyamide 3D, 10.63x 20.47 x 4.75 in. (27 x 52 x 12 cm.).
Marie Orensanz: Manifiesto Fragmentismo, 1978. Vintage print, 11.81 x 8.26 in. (30 x 21 cm.), edition of 20.
Marie Orensanz: Pensares un hecho revolucionario, 2016. Edition of 8. Aluminum, 10.63 x 7 x 1.18 in. (27 x18 x 3 cm.). Two parts of 10.63 x 3.55 x 1.18in. (27 x 9 x 3cm.) ea.
Marie Orensanz: El ambiente condiciona a la gente, 1974. Acrylicand pencil on paper, 19.68 x27.56 in. (50 x 70 cm.).
Marie Orensanz: La acción es la consecuencia del pensamiento, 1974. Acrylic and pencil on paper, 19.68 x 27.56 in. (50 x 70 cm.).
MarieOrensanz: Maison atelier, 2017. Montrouge, France
MarieOrensanz: Sin título, 1968. Blackadhesive tape on transparent acrylic sheet, 70.28 x 47 in. (178,5 x 119 cm.).
Marie Orensanz: tenemosel poder de elegir, 2013. Cortensteel, 197 x 157.50 x 15.75 in. (500 x 400 x 40 cm.). Isla el Descanso, Tigre, BuenosAires, Argentina.
Marie Orensanz: Transformación a través del pensamiento, 1975. M/M on canvas, (80 x 100 cm.)
Marie Orensanz: Construction,1984. Drawing painting andengraving on statuary marble, 38.59 x 76.38 x 1.18 in. (98 x 194 x 3cm.)
Marie Orensanz: Las raíces son femeninas, 1996. Drawing on Canvason wood, 17 x 19.5 x 2 in. (43 x 49,5 x 5 cm.)
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Note on the intentions of my work in the public space or in the intimacy of a private site.

In my works, space and time are essential for communication with the viewer, with the environment, with nature, and its main elements: air, water, sun, earth …

The word plays a fundamental role: it penetrates the matter; it is read through it and it is completed with the public’s thinking and reflection.The work challenges the viewer, who, with his eyes, participates in the creation of it, anticipating a new reading in which the polysemy of the symbols act. An emotion is produced, an exchange, beyond the present tense, with a sense of the future.

The feeling of surprise means that the mission has been fulfilled.

The incomplete is a constant; I think we are a fragment of a whole, at the same time a fragment of the past and the future.M.Orensanz 2019. Anywhere in the world.


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