Teresa Giarcovich
1979, Buenos Aires

I develop my work overlapping layers of information. I usually create translucent surfaces and weaves with which I create different installations in space. My process of working with textiles is very similar to watercolour painting, the colour appears by a combination of accumulation and transparency, it is light sensitive and variable, dynamic. I compose with silhouettes that have no greater content than their own outline and possess a stratified structure that combines multiple intercalated layers, resulting in a diffuse image. It is from this image and matter that I try to translate some concepts that revolve around the nature of what is hard to grasp, the mystical and the mysterious. The elements I use generally come from the textile world, such as tulle, nets and plastics, but I also work on other media such as paper and video.

BIO / CV ↯

Teresa Giarcovich (b. 1979, Buenos Aires – Argentina) studied Fine Arts in Rogelio Yrurtia and Prilidiano Pueyrredón schools. She participated on the Artist’s Program of Torcuato Di Tella University (2011). In 2003 she received the Foundation Heinrich Böll / Puerta Abierta scholarship and in 2013 she participated in the Pouch Cove Foundation residency, Canada. In 2009 she was part of Currículum Cero (Ruth Benzacar Gallery) where she obtained a special mention. In 2014

she received a Prize in the National Fine Arts Salon (Textile category) and in 2019 she received a Creation Scholarship by tne National Fund of Arts.

In 2013 she was one of the four finalists of Faena – Mercedes Benz Fashion Edition, where she presented a collection and a fashion show. Her work has been published in Harper’s Bazaar, Big Sur Magazine,

La Fuga Magazine and Billy Farrell Agency, among other specialized publications.

She carried out the individual exhibitions “Musubi” (PIEDRAS, 2019), “La noche no es más que un accidente” (PIEDRAS, 2017), “El caballo pertenece a la tierra como el dragón al cielo” (Mundo Dios Gallery, 2012), “Nieve nardo salina” (Formosa Gallery, 2011) and “Monte” (Contemporary Art Museum of Santa Cruz, Bolivia, 2003). She participated in numerous group exhibitions in Museums and other spaces in Germany, France, Peru, USA, Spain, Japan.

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