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Felipe Dulzaides

by René de Guzman

Dulzaides’ videos depict simple acts recorded throughout time. The artist often appears as a central element in his work, but also employs rudimentary objects, which are used to create performative actions. These acts have a repetitive or singular quality designed to create a flow that sweep the viewer toward some unforeseen artistic destination. As we watch his work unfold, what may appear to be an elementary act loses its simplicity and takes on breath, complexity and associations that the viewer bring to the artistic experience.

Exhibition catalogue Bay Area Now III, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

René de Guzman is senior curator of art at Oakland Museum of California. Previously he was a curator at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) in San Francisco.