|Cuándo:||16 ene de 2015 - 07 mar de 2015|
|Inauguración:||16 ene de 2015|
|Dónde:||USF Contemporary Art Museum - University of South Florida / 4202 E. Fowler Ave. / Tampa, Florida, Estados Unidos|
|Comisariada por:||Noel Smith|
|Organizada por:||USF Contemporary Art Museum - University of South Florida|
|Artistas participantes:||Óscar Muñoz|
Oscar Muñoz’s three-part video installation Sedimentaciones is a poetic meditation on the photographic image and its power to evoke memory, loss and mortality, and to create, alter and erase history. Muñoz (Colombia, 1951) is known for his extensive use of photography and of ephemeral material. In his practice he defies categorization by medium, as he blurs the boundaries between photography, printmaking, drawing, installation, video and sculpture. While his work is rooted in the turbulent history of Colombia in the 1980s and 90s, with its guerrilla warfare, conflicts between the government and drug cartels, assassinations and "disappearances" of ordinary citizens, his explorations of the unstable nature of personal identity against the backdrop of history are universal. Sedimentaciones is exhibited courtesy of the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection, Miami. Curated by Noel Smith; organized by USF Contemporary Art Museum.