We have been programmed to act in accordance to our surroundings. If we can tap into that ethereal threshold which can be expressed only by art then we begin to embrace and potentially understand our intuitive bodily technology, the technology of feeling. The sculptures metaphorically represent the elements which constitute life - earth, water, fire and air. Through the use of scale, materiality and light the sculptures take life and stand as a representation of all that which hangs above us in the notion of existence. All that we can see and that which we cannot see blending in the notion of space.
Maria Fasano born in Panama City, Panama is an international architect and national architectural designer, artist, writer and professor. She is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Architecture. Maria has exhibited work nationwide in cities like New York, Los Angeles and Miami. She has contributed with several entities amongst them Museum of Modern Art in New York City, Miami Jazz Festival and Art Basel. Through her work Maria attempts to create a visual dialog between the observer and what is being observed. Her take on forms is usually minimalist yet condensed with ethereal layers. Maria feels it is important to unite the elements which constitute life and the transcendence of life by constantly playing with form, scale, materiality and light. She is currently invested in a range of different projects worldwide.